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  •  - Former U.S. Vice President Gore, co-founder of Current TV Hyatt and former U.S. President Clinton applaud as U.S. journalists are Ling and Lee arrive in Burbank

    Former U.S. Vice President Gore, co-founder of Current TV Hyatt and former U.S. President Clinton applaud as U.S. journalists are Ling and Lee arrive in Burbank

    Posted: 8/5/2009 11:09:29 AM EST
    Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore (L), co-founder of Current TV Joel Hyatt (C) and former U.S. President Bill Clinton applaud as U.S. journalists are Laura Ling and Euna Lee arrive in Burbank, California, August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, of U.S. media outlet Current TV were freed by North Korea after months of detention and returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee address the media in Burbank

    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee address the media in Burbank

    Posted: 8/5/2009 11:03:51 AM EST
    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (C, at microphone) and Euna Lee (gray sweater) address the media in Burbank, California August 5, 2009, after their return to the United States from North Korea. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton (2nd L), who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. Also pictured is Joel Hyatt (L), co-founder of Current TV and former Vice-President Al Gore (3rd L). REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Ling hugs freed U.S. journalist Lee as former Vice-President Al Gore hugs freed journalist Laura Ling in Burbank

    Ling hugs freed U.S. journalist Lee as former Vice-President Al Gore hugs freed journalist Laura Ling in Burbank

    Posted: 8/5/2009 11:02:12 AM EST
    Lisa Ling (L) hugs freed U.S. journalist Euna Lee (gray sweater) as former Vice-President Al Gore (R) hugs freed journalist Laura Ling (2nd R) in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling and Lee were released by North Korea after being held there since March, 2009. Lee's daughter Hana Saldate looks towards camera. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES MEDIA POLITICS)
  •  - Former President Bill Clinton talks to former Vice President Al Gore after arrival in Burbank

    Former President Bill Clinton talks to former Vice President Al Gore after arrival in Burbank

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:54:22 AM EST
    Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (2nd L) talks to former U.S. Vice President Al Gore (L) as freed U.S. journalist Euna Lee, holding her daughter Hana Saldate, talks to husband Michael Saldate (R) in Burbank, California, August 5, 2009. Lee and fellow Current TV journalist Laura Ling were freed after being held in North Korea since March, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (2nd L) and Euna Lee (R) address the media

    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (2nd L) and Euna Lee (R) address the media

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:53:16 AM EST
    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (2nd L) and Euna Lee (R) address the media in Burbank, California August 5, 2009, after their return to the United States from North Korea. Listening to Ling are Joel Hyatt (L), co-founder of Current TV, former President Bill Clinton (C) and former Vice President Al Gore (2nd R). REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Freed US journalists Ling and Lee address the media in Burbank, California after their return to the United States from North Korea

    Freed US journalists Ling and Lee address the media in Burbank, California after their return to the United States from North Korea

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:51:49 AM EST
    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (C) and Euna Lee (R) address the media in Burbank, California August 5, 2009, after their return to the United States from North Korea. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton (2nd L), who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. Also pictured are co-founders of Current TV, Joel Hyatt (L) and former Vice-President Al Gore (2nd R). Ling and Lee are reporters for Current TV. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Freed US journalists Ling and Lee address the media after they were reunited with their families in Burbank, California

    Freed US journalists Ling and Lee address the media after they were reunited with their families in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:48:38 AM EST
    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (2nd L) and Euna Lee (C) address the media after they were reunited with their families in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. Also pictured are former Vice-President and co-founder of Current TV Al Gore (L) and Lee's husband Michael Saldate (R) and daughter Hana (2nd R). Ling and Lee are reporters for Current TV. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Former US Vice-President Gore hugs freed US journalist Ling after Ling and fellow freed US journalist Lee arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Former US Vice-President Gore hugs freed US journalist Ling after Ling and fellow freed US journalist Lee arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:46:40 AM EST
    Former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore hugs freed U.S. journalist Laura Ling (R) after Ling and fellow freed U.S. journalist Euna Lee arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. Ling and Lee are reporters for American cable television venture Current TV co-founded by Gore. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Former US Vice-President Gore hugs freed US journalist Ling after Ling and fellow freed US journalist Lee arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Former US Vice-President Gore hugs freed US journalist Ling after Ling and fellow freed US journalist Lee arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:38:40 AM EST
    Former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore hugs freed U.S. journalist Laura Ling (R) after Ling and fellow freed U.S. journalist Euna Lee arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. Ling and Lee are reporters for American cable television venture Current TV co-founded by Gore. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Freed U.S. journalists Ling and Lee address the media after being reunited with their families in Burbank, California

    Freed U.S. journalists Ling and Lee address the media after being reunited with their families in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:31:36 AM EST
    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (C) and Euna Lee (R) address the media after being reunited with their families in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Former Vice-President Al Gore applauds at left. The two American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention returned home to a tearful family reunion on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
  •  - Former US Vice President Gore addresses freed US journalists Ling and Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Former US Vice President Gore addresses freed US journalists Ling and Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:22:37 AM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING FIRST NAME OF EUNA LEE Former U.S. Vice President and co-founder of Current TV Al Gore (L) addresses freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists of U.S. media outlet Current TV were freed by North Korea after months of detention and returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton (2nd L), who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Former US Vice President Gore addresses freed US journalists Ling and Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Former US Vice President Gore addresses freed US journalists Ling and Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:11:55 AM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING POSITION OF CLINTON Former U.S. Vice President and co-founder of Current TV Al Gore (L) addresses freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Edna Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists of U.S. media outlet Current TV were freed by North Korea after months of detention and returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton (2nd L), who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Former US Vice President Gore addresses freed US journalists Ling and Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Former US Vice President Gore addresses freed US journalists Ling and Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:11:21 AM EST
    Former U.S. Vice President and co-founder of Current TV Al Gore (L) addresses freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Edna Lee and their families after the two women arrived from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists of U.S. media outlet Current TV were freed by North Korea after months of detention and returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton (2nd R), who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Freed US journalists Ling and Lee address the media in Burbank after their return to the United States from North Korea

    Freed US journalists Ling and Lee address the media in Burbank after their return to the United States from North Korea

    Posted: 8/5/2009 10:03:19 AM EST
    Freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling (C, at microphone) and Euna Lee (R) address the media in Burbank, California August 5, 2009, after their return to the United States from North Korea. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton (L), who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. Also pictured is former Vice-President Al Gore (2nd R). REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Former Vice-President Gore embraces former President Clinton after Clinton's arrival with freed US journalists Ling and Lee from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Former Vice-President Gore embraces former President Clinton after Clinton's arrival with freed US journalists Ling and Lee from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 9:56:41 AM EST
    Former Vice-President Al Gore embraces former President Bill Clinton (R) after Clinton's arrival with freed U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS)
  •  - Freed American journalist Lee hugs former US Vice-President Gore after arriving with fellow journalist Ling from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Freed American journalist Lee hugs former US Vice-President Gore after arriving with fellow journalist Ling from North Korea in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 9:51:37 AM EST
    Freed American journalist Euna Lee hugs former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore (R) while holding her daughter Hana as her husband Michael Saldate (L, rear) watches after arriving with fellow journalist Laura Ling from North Korea in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Freed American journalist Lee hugs former US Vice-President Gore after arriving with Ling in Burbank, California

    Freed American journalist Lee hugs former US Vice-President Gore after arriving with Ling in Burbank, California

    Posted: 8/5/2009 9:39:54 AM EST
    Freed American journalist Euna Lee hugs former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore (R) while holding her daughter Hana while her husband Michael Saldate (rear, L) watches after arriving with Laura Ling in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Freed American journalist Lee hugs former US Vice-President Gore after arriving in Burbank

    Freed American journalist Lee hugs former US Vice-President Gore after arriving in Burbank

    Posted: 8/5/2009 9:38:18 AM EST
    Freed American journalist Euna Lee, holding her daughter Hana and followed by her husband Michael Saldate (rear, L), hugs former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore after Lee and Laura Ling arrived in Burbank, California August 5, 2009. Ling, 32, and Lee, 36, American journalists freed by North Korea after months of detention, returned to the United States on Wednesday accompanied by former President Bill Clinton, who secured their release in a meeting with the reclusive state's leader Kim Jong-il. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Lee and Ling photos are displayed during a public vigil in San Francisco

    Lee and Ling photos are displayed during a public vigil in San Francisco

    Posted: 8/4/2009 8:26:00 AM EST
    Undated pictures of journalists Laura Ling (L) and Euna Lee are displayed during a public vigil in San Francisco, California, June 24, 2009. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton made a surprise visit to North Korea on Tuesday to try to win the release of two jailed American journalists, a move some analysts said could mark the isolated state's return to talks over nuclear weapons. Lee and Ling, of U.S. media outlet Current TV co-founded by Clinton's vice president Al Gore -- were arrested on the North Korea-China border in March, accused of illegal entry and being "bent on slander." REUTERS/Handout (UNITED STATES POLITICS CRIME LAW) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
  •  - Australia's Prime Minister Rudd talks to former U.S. vice president and environmental activist Al Gore in Sydney

    Australia's Prime Minister Rudd talks to former U.S. vice president and environmental activist Al Gore in Sydney

    Posted: 7/14/2009 10:44:58 PM EST
    Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) talks to former U.S. vice president and environmental activist Al Gore at his office in central Sydney July 15, 2009. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)