He spent six months imprisoned in Libya, his family fearful for his live. Now journalist and Baltimore native Matthew VanDyke wants to go to Syria.
He is going to Syria to make a film about the country’s continuing conflict.
He returned from Libya, where he was helping rebel fighters, in November.
The State Department worked to free him after he was captured by Moammar Gadhafi’s soldiers.
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