New York Times
journalists who were captured, then released, in Libya by forces loyal to Colonel Qaddafi have told their harrowing story
. Photographers Tyler Hicks and Lynsey Addario, videographer Stephen Farrell, and reporter Anthony Shadid were released yesterday after six days in captivity.
Meanwhile, The Committee to Protect Journalists reports
that 13 other journalists covering the unrest in Libya are missing or reportedly in Libyan government custody, including six Libyan journalists, four reporters and videographers from Al-Jazeera, a photographer from Getty Images, and two journalists from Agence France-Presse.