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Parents of captive journalist Austin Tice: We know he’s alive

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Debra and Marc Tice, parents of American journalist Austin Tice, who was taken captive in Syria nearly five years ago, tell TODAY’s Matt Lauer that while they cannot provide details about it, they have good reason to believe their son is alive. Marc says their son’s captivity “has turned our live inside out and upside-down.”