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Scores of Cuban doctors flee Haiti after colleague's kidnapping – Haitian Times

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The Haitian Times
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PORT-AU-PRINCE — Seventy-eight Cuban doctors left Haiti earlier this week following the kidnapping of one of their colleagues, le filet info, an online news site, reported.
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Doctor Taimara Heles Jeres Alavedra was kidnapped on Jan. 13 in Martissant, according to a source close to the doctors. The area, located at the southern entrance of Port-au-Prince, is known as a kidnapping hotbed.
The kidnappers are demanding a ransom of $100,000 USD to release the doctor, according to media reports. She remains captive.
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