Three More Missionaries Freed in Haiti

Christian Aid Ministries, a US-based organization, supporting Haitians through donations and supplies shelter, food, and clothing to children, said three more missionaries who were kidnapped in Haiti last October were released on Sunday.

“We are thankful to God that three more hostages were released last night… As with the previous release, we are not able to provide the names of the people released, the circumstances of the release, or any other details,” said the statement from Christian Aid Ministries, an Anabaptist missions organization based in Berlin, Ohio.

In mid-October, 16 Americans and one Canadian (five men, seven women, and five children) from Christian Aid Ministries were abducted by the criminal gang 400 Mazowo after the group visited an orphanage in Haiti.

400 Mazowo has reportedly demanded a ransom of $1m for each of 17 hostages. 

A US state department spokesperson said on Monday that the US would continue to secure the release of the remaining 12 hostages. 

Editors Note: Story “HAITI-MISSIONARIES-FREED” corrected on 07.12.2021 20:11

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