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Fellow hostage on Foley: 'Everything he could share, he would'

21 August 2014 Last updated at 02:12 BST

A French journalist, held hostage with James Foley for seven months, has been describing his time in captivity with the murdered journalist.

Nicolas Henin was taken hostage in Syria in June 2013.

He spent 10 months in captivity - seven of them with James Foley.

Mr Henin was eventually released in April and has previously not spoken at length about his experience because he did not want to jeopardize the safety of James Foley or other captives.

After James' beheading, he decided to give an interview to the BBC's correspondent in Paris, Duncan Crawford.

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