PARIS (AFP) - Two French journalists reunited with their families Thursday after 18 months' captivity in Afghanistan said their Taliban captors did not hurt them, but shed little light on how they were freed. Cameraman Stephane Taponier and reporter Herve Ghesquiere stepped into the sunshine at a military airport near Paris on Thursday morning met relatives and shook hands with Sarkozy. Looking relaxed and healthy, they told reporters on the tarmac that they had not been mistreated by their captors but did not enjoy the Afghan mountain food, and passed the time listening to the radio and doing exercises.