Caitlan Coleman Boyle and her husband Joshua Boyle were held for five years after being captured in Afghanistan.
Given their statements and attitudes after their release from captivity, it is likely that Caitlan Coleman and Joshua Boyle, the couple who were held in captivity for five years in Afghanistan in Pakistan by a Taliban-affiliated group,...Show More Summary
Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman decided to have three children while in captivity because they wanted to get a head start on their dream of a large family. Their eldest son is still afraid to close his eyes after being woken up by masked...Show More Summary
In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee...
Joshua Boyle and his wife Caitlan Coleman were abducted in Afghanistan on a backpacking trip. The family of the Canadian man freed with his wife and three children five years after they were kidnapped in Afghanistan have implored media...Show More Summary
Her husband, Joshua Boyle, did not specify her condition.
Joshua Boyle, a Canadian who was rescued with his family last week by Pakistani troops, says that his wife had to be rushed to the hospital from his parents' Ontario home and remains there. Boyle told the AP that his wife, American citizen Caitlan Boyle, was admitted Monday. His email...
A man who was held hostage by a Taliban-linked group for five years has said he refused to believe his captors when they told him Donald Trump had become the US President. Canadian Joshua Boyle, his American wife, Caitlan Coleman, and...Show More Summary
Joshua Boyle’s life had descended into a surreal, five-year nightmare — but one thing was still beyond belief. Boyle and his pregnant wife had been kidnapped by affiliates of the Taliban on a trip to Afghanistan in 2012. The captors had later killed his infant daughter, he said, and raped his wife, who described the ordeal […]
A lot can happen in five years, especially if you’re held captive by a Taliban-affiliated group in the middle of Afghanistan. Joshua Boyle, 34-year-old Canadian man who was recently rescued from captivity on Wednesday, thought Donald Trump being President was a joke, according to the Toronto...
Joshua Boyle, the Canadian citizen who spent five years as a prisoner of the Taliban, didn’t believe his captors when they told him who the new United Sates president was.
Former hostage Joshua Boyle said he and his wife weren't going to let their captivity stop them from having their "dream family."
"It didn’t enter my mind that he was being serious," Joshua Boyle recalled of the moment a captor told him the news.
Last week, we reported on the release of Canadian Joshua Boyle, his American wife Caitlan Coleman, and their three children. Now it appears there was a fourth child who died in captivity. Upon landing at Toronto Pearson International...Show More Summary
“The Canadian man who was held hostage with his family by the Taliban for five years thought his captors were kidding when they told him Donald Trump was president,” the New York Post reports. Said Joshua Boyle: “It didn’t enter [.....
TORONTO (AP) — Former hostage Joshua Boyle said Monday he and his wife decided to have children even while held captive because they always planned to have a big family and decided, "Hey, let's make the best of this and at least go home with a larger start on our dream family."
A Canadian man who was recently freed after five years in Taliban captivity initially didn't believe Donald Trump was elected US president. Joshua Boyle, who returned home to Canada on Friday evening after a five year ordeal, was told...Show More Summary
After five years in captivity, freedom is a lot harder than Joshua Boyle expected. The Canadian man tells CNN he and his American wife, Caitlan Coleman, and their three children are suffering. "We're pretty broken and we didn't expect this," he says. After arriving in Toronto Friday night, the family...
A Canadian man who was recently rescued from Taliban-tied kidnappers thought his captors were joking when they told him Donald Trump is president. “It didn’t enter my mind that he was being serious,” Joshua Boyle, who was rescued alongside his wife and three children in Pakistan after five years imprisonment, told the Toronto Star. Show More Summary
A Canadian man rescued from a Taliban-linked group in Afghanistan last week said he thought his captors were joking when they told him Donald Trump had been elected president of the United States. Joshua Boyle and his wife, Caitlin Coleman, were kidnapped and held by the Haqqani network — whose...