Officials: Up to 17 American missionaries kidnapped in Haiti
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As many as 17 Christian missionaries from the US were kidnapped in Haiti by a gang, officials say
Haiti is experiencing a surge in gang violence, with gangs controlling half of Port-au-Prince, The New York Times reported.
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Up to 17 American missionaries reported as kidnapped by gang members in Haiti
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