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Three missionaries kidnapped in Haiti have been released, Christian ministry group says – National Post

Three missionaries who were kidnapped in
Haiti in October were released on Sunday, the U.S.-based
Christian ministry group who organized their trip to the
Caribbean nation said in a statement on Monday.
(Reporting by Katharine Jackson)
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