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Released 2 of 17 Kidnapped Missionaries haiti updates REDDIT

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2 people among a group of 17 US and Canadian missionaries kidnapped by an armed gang in Haiti last month have been released, aid officials say.

Christian Aid Ministries said on Sunday that the two individuals were "safe, in good spirits, and being cared for".

"We cannot provide or confirm the names of those released," the ministry said, giving no further details.

The abduction of the missionaries and their family members, including children, was reported on 16 October.

They were returning from a visit to an orphanage when the bus they were travelling in was seized by gang members on a main road in the town of Ganthier, east of the capital, Port-au-Prince.

All of those abducted at the time - five men, seven women and five children - are US citizens, except one who is a Canadian national
Two of the 17 U.S. and Canadian missionaries kidnapped in Haiti last month have been released, the missionary group said on Sunday 

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【国際】オハイオ州に本拠を置くクリスチャンエイド宣教師、先月ハイチでストリートギャングに誘拐された17人の外国人宣教師のうち2人が釈放されたと。 Two missionaries kidnapped in Haiti have been released, U.S. aid group says Nou bouke! (We're Tired!). High school students in #Haiti's capital took the streets on Friday to demand a better environment / better infrastructure to learn. They want a system that invests in their development, not in death squads and gangs.

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