A still image from a video posted by the Taliban on social media on December 19, 2016 shows American Caitlan Coleman (L) speaking next to her Canadian husband Joshua Boyle and their two sons. Taliban/Social media via Reuters
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Boyle said the kids are now 4, 2 and "somewhere around 6 months".In the email exchange, Boyle did not respond to a question about the fourth child.Boyle has said conditions during the five-year ordeal changed over time as the family was shuffled among at least three prisons. Boyle later played with one of his sons in the garden of his parents' home.On a flight from London earlier, Coleman, who is from Stewartstown, Pennsylvania, sat in the business-class cabin wearing a tan head scarf.She nodded wordlessly as she confirmed her identity to an AP reporter on board.
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