A French writer, held prisoner with James Foley for seven months, has been portraying his time in bondage with the killed columnist.
Nicolas Henin was taken prisoner in Syria in June 2013.
He used 10 months in imprisonment – seven of them with James Foley.
Mr Henin was in the end discharged in April and has beforehand not talked finally about his experience on the grounds that he would not like to imperil the wellbeing of James Foley or different prisoners.
After James’ decapitation, he chose to give a meeting to the BBC’s journalist in Paris, Duncan Crawford.