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Terry A. Anderson (born October 27, 1947) is an American journalist. He reported for the Associated Press. In 1985, he was taken hostage by Shiite Hezbollah militants or the Islamic Jihad Organization and held until 1991. In 2004, he ran unsuccessfully for the Ohio State Senate.


Feb 9, 2016 ... Terry Anderson has done a lot since 1991, when he was freed after seven years as a hostage -- charity work, teaching, business and reconnecting with loved ones, but in a broader sense, freedom has been more of a process than an event.


On this day in History, Hostage Terry Anderson freed in Lebanon on Dec 04, 1991. Learn more about what happened today on History.


Oct 12, 2016 ... The photo of 6-year-old Sulome Anderson in a tiny red coat clutching her father's hand was beamed around the world in 1991. Minutes earlier she'd met her dad, Terry Anderson, for the first time. The family was celebrating the release of Anderson, the Associated Press bureau chief in Beirut, after nearly ...


Nov 14, 2016 ... Sulome Anderson, the daughter of Terry Anderson, the AP journalist kidnapped in Lebanon, will read from her book, “The Hostage's Daughter,” at the Miami Book Fair on Sunday.


Mar 16, 2017 ... 32 years ago today on March 16, 1985, Associated Press journalist Terry Anderson was abducted by Hezbollah militants in Beirut, Lebanon and held in captivity for nearly seven years. “I had about a year and a half in solitary [ confinement] which… nearly destroyed me,” Anderson said during an address he  ...


Terry L. Anderson has been a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution since 1998 and is currently the John and Jean DeNault Senior Fellow. He is the past president of the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, MT, and a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University where he won many teaching awards ...


Dec 24, 2015 ... Peggy Say, who spent nearly seven years on a tireless quest for the release of her brother, journalist Terry Anderson, and fellow hostages from kidnappers in Lebanon, died Wednesday. She was 74. Anderson, the chief Middle East correspondent for The Associated Press when he was abducted from the...


Dec 5, 1991 ... Terry A. Anderson, the last American and longest-held hostage in Lebanon, was set free tonight by his kidnappers after nearly seven years in captivity. "I've thought about this moment for a long time and now it's here," he told reporters at the Syrian Foreign Ministry here. "I'm scared to death. I don't know ...