Russia releases 2 Alabama veterans captured in Ukraine

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Two Alabama veterans who have been held captive in Russia since June have now been released, a family member of one of the men confirmed to CBS 42 Wednesday. Back in June, Alex Drueke and Andy Huynh were captured by Russian forces while they were volunteering with a Ukrainian army unit in Kharviv. Drueke, of Tuscaloosa, and Huynh, of Trinity, are believed to have been the first two American prisoners of war since the Russian conflict in Ukraine.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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