Matthew Van Dyke
America moves to arm Syrian rebels and fight back against ISIS. The terror group is behind a plot to behead innocent people in Australia that was stopped just in time.
New details are released about the rescue attempt for slain journalist James Foley. This, as one of his good friends, Baltimore’s own Matthew Van Dyke, reacts to his death.
Baltimore’s Matthew VanDyke gained international attention when he joined the front lines of the Libyan revolution. He spent nine months in the war-torn country, caught in the gunfire and held in prison.
Matthew VanDyke spent more than five months in a Libyan prison. Then, he joined rebel forces to overthrow dictator Moammar Gadhafi. He’s now back home in Maryland.