As US brings home large numbers of jailed Americans, some families are still waiting for their turn

1 of 8 | Maryam Kamalmaz hold a photo of her father with some of his 14 grandchildren in Grand Prairie, Texas, Jan. 17, 2024. By any standard, the past 18 months have been remarkable for getting wrongfully detained Americans home. But not so for Kamalmaz, who has had no trace of her father, Majd Kamalmaz, since the psychologist from Texas was stopped at a checkpoint in Syria in 2017 after traveling there to visit an elderly family member. He remains one of several Americans missing in Syria, including journalist Austin Tice, despite a 2020 visit by Carstens to […]

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