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Group clings to faith as US works on Haiti kidnapping case – Kansas City, Missouri

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti (AP) — How 17 members of the U.S. religious group have been kidnapped in Haiti, their families and their efforts to overcome difficult times of faith and recover them. We ask supporters to pray and share stories about how they helped. 6th day.

Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries issued a statement the day after the video was released, threatening 400 Mawozo gang leaders to kill abductees if his demands weren’t met. Was shown.

The FBI is helping Haitian authorities regain 16 Americans and 1 Canadian.

Local human rights groups said Haitian drivers were also kidnapped.

According to Scrip Scree Brand Station WEWS, When they were kidnapped, the missionaries were on their way home from building an orphanage.

There were 16 Americans and 1 Canadian in the group.

Scripps Detroit Station WXYZ Six of the 17 are from Michigan and are reported to be based in the Heart Duncard Brothers Church in Oceana County, on the western side of the state.

Earlier this week Christian Aid Ministry We confirmed that adults were 18 to 48 years old and 5 children were 8 months old, 3 years old, 6 years old, 13 years old and 15 years old.



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