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(Studio: Harry Smith) The case of two Americans, Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer, still being held in prison in Iran after the release of fellow hiker Sarah Shourd noted.
(New York: Elaine Quijano) Shourd's ordeal that started in July 2009 while hiking in Kurdistan reviewed; scenes shown of Shourd singing a song she wrote in prison. [In interview, SHOURD - waits for the release of Shane and Josh; recounts singing in prison to keep her soul alive.]
- Smith, Harry;
- Quijano, Elaine
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