Photo by Sun StarFour New York Times journalists were released unharmed by the Libyan government on Monday, six days after they were arrested and held.

The four journalists — all renown for their work in the Middle East — were arrested by forces loyal to Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi as they were covering from the rebel uprising in eastern Libya.

Turkish diplomats helped gain the release.

(READ the news in the Washington Post)

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