Terry Anderson, AP reporter abducted in Lebanon and held captive for years, has died at 76

Terry Anderson, the globe-trotting Associated Press correspondent who became one of America’s longest-held hostages after he was snatched from a street in war-torn Lebanon in 1985 and held for nearly seven years, has died at 76. Anderson chronicled his abduction and torturous imprisonment by Islamic militants in his best-selling 1993 memoir “Den of Lions,” – he died on Sunday at his home in Greenwood Lake, New York, said his daughter, Sulome Anderson.

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