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Jill Carroll, the Christian Science Monitor reporter who spent more than 80 days in captivity in Iraq last year before being freed following an international call for her release, has retuned to the Middle East, currently reporting out of Cairo for the paper.
Monitor Editor Richard Bergenheim confirmed that Carroll had been working out of Cairo following her leave of absence last fall to serve as a fellow at the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University.
(Hat tip: Romenesko)