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Questions Over US Soldier’s Disappearance Dampens Joy of His Returni
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June 03, 2014 1:38 AM
Nearly five years after he was taken prisoner by the Taliban in Afghanistan, Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is free. But as VOA's Jeff Seldin reports from the Pentagon, joy over his release has been tempered by new criticisms from the ranks of those who served.

Questions Over US Soldier’s Disappearance Dampens Joy of His Return

Published June 02, 2014

Nearly five years after he was taken prisoner by the Taliban in Afghanistan, Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is free. But as VOA's Jeff Seldin reports from the Pentagon, joy over his release has been tempered by new criticisms from the ranks of those who served.


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