Canadian, 34, who was rescued with wife and children after nearly five years, is also charged with forcible confinement and making death threats
Joshua Boyle, the Canadian man held hostage by Taliban-linked militants for nearly five years, has been arrested in Ottawa and is facing more than a dozen charges including sexual assault, forcible confinement and uttering death threats.
Boyle was rescued in late 2017 in Pakistan, along with his American wife, Caitlan Coleman, and their three young children, all of whom were born in captivity. The couple had been abducted while travelling through a mountainous region of Afghanistan. Coleman was more than six months pregnant at the time.
Link : Joshua Boyle, former Taliban hostage, arrested for sexual assault