Us journalist Lindsey Snell, detained by law enforcement agencies of Turkey 6 August this year for illegal crossing of the border, released from custody, reports the website of the British newspaper the Guardian.
That led to the release of Snell, unknown. She expresses disappointment that the U.S. Department of state, Ankara has not confirmed her status as the media.
Lindsay Snell, covering events in the Syrian city of Aleppo, as a freelancer worked with MSNBC, ABC News, Discovery News and Yahoo.
In late July, she was captured by militants grouping «Jabhat Fatah al-sham» (the Syrian branch of «al-Qaeda», previously called themselves «Jabhat EN-Nusra»). However, after two weeks, the terrorists unexpectedly released Snell, and she went to Turkey, where he was detained while crossing the border in the Hatay province. The journalist was kept in prison together with the suspects in terrorist activities.