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The 12 remaining hostages kidnapped several months ago by an armed Haitian gang have been released, the country’s minister of justice said Thursday.
A group of missionaries, including 16 Americans, representing the Christian Aid Ministries were kidnapped in October by a group of armed men as they were driving through a suburb of Haiti’s capital city Port-au-Prince.
Two missionaries were initially released in late November, and then several more were released two weeks later, prior to Thursday’s release of the remaining 12. The gang responsible for the kidnappings – 400 Mawozo – initially demanded $1 million per hostage. It is unclear […]
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