Caitlan Coleman, the wife of former
Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle, returns to the United States with her children after a family law court in Ottawa approved her request.
Former Afghanistan hostage Caitlan Coleman was given approval by a family law court in Ottawa on Monday to return to the U.S. with her children and she has done so, leaving her husband Joshua Boyle in Canada as he awaits trial on multiple charges, according to ABC News.
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Afghan general and Kandahar police chief Abdul Raziq Achakzai is assassinated by one of his bodyguards during a high-level meeting inside the governor's compound with U.S. general Austin S. Miller. Gen. Miller escaped unharmed according to officials while the governor was critically injured. The Taliban claims responsibility. 2018-10-18 (Context: Taliban, United States)
Caitlan Coleman, an American woman kidnapped and held hostage for five years in Afghanistan, accused her husband Joshua Boyle physically and emotionally abusing her while the family was being held by Taliban-linked militants. 2018-09-5 (Context: Kidnapping of Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman, Taliban)
A Taliban suicide bomber kills three Czech soldiers on a routine patrol in Charikar, Afghanistan. A U.S. soldier and two Afghan troops are also injured in the bombing. 2018-08-5 (Context: Taliban, United States)
Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle, awaiting trial on assault charges, is expected to hear Friday whether he'll be released on bail. 2018-05-29 (Context: Kidnapping of Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman, Taliban)
Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle is expected to have a bail hearing for a second straight day. He is expected to face 19 charges for sexual assault and forcible confinement. 2018-05-28 (Context: Kidnapping of Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman, Taliban)