WASHINGTON (CNN) — American hostage Jill Carroll, the freelance journalist who was kidnapped in Baghdad in January, has been released unharmed, U.S. law enforcement officials and The Christian Science Monitor said Thursday.

“This is a wonderful day,” said David Cook, Washington bureau chief of the Monitor, the paper for which the reporter was freelancing. Carroll, 28, called her father, Jim, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, to let him know she was safe, the officials and newspaper said. (
Watch details on Carroll’s release as she makes it into ‘safe hands’ — 1:05)

A security source in Baghdad also said Carroll was “in safe hands” and “has spoken to her parents.”READ MORE AT: http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/03/30/carroll/index.html The Full Story:

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