When the foreign journalists were released from Tripoli’s Rixos hotel earlier this week, they credited the Red Cross, as well as some Arabic-speaking colleagues with convincing the guards to let them leave.
Karadsheh spoke about the situation to Anderson Cooper last night, explaining how she built a relationship with one of the guards, eventually leading herself and the other journalists to freedom:
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