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Haiti Kidnapping: What Happened to the U.S. Missionaries and When Were They Released? – The Wall Street Journal

A group of mostly American missionaries kidnapped two months ago in Haiti have all been released unharmed. Two were freed on Nov. 21, three more on Dec. 6 and the remaining 12 on Dec. 16.
A Haitian gang kidnapped the group in broad daylight near the capital of Port-au-Prince on Oct. 16 and threatened to kill them if ransom wasn’t paid. The group of 16 Americans and one Canadian included seven women and five children, and belongs to Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries, a charity set up by Amish and Mennonites.
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