CBS News' Lara Logan Heads Back to U.S. After Being Released by Egyptian Military
9:02 AM PST 2/4/2011 by Mark Cina
After a second attack, Anderson Cooper remains in an undisclosed location: "Not sure where we can broadcast from, but we will find a way."
After being held by the Egyptian military Thursday, CBS News' Chief Foreign Affairs correspondent Lara Logan and crew members Don Lee and Max McClellan have been released and are making their way back to the United States.CBS' News Katie Couric returned to NYC Thursday. NBC Nightly News' Brian Williams has also left Egypt (he is now broadcasting from Amman, Jordan). CNN's Anderson Cooper remains in Cairo. After a second attack Thursday, he is now in an undisclosed location. "Not sure where we can broadcast from, but we will find a way," he Tweeted Friday morning.
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