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Armed forces secure the area where Haiti's prime minister, Ariel Henry, placed a bouquet of flowers in front of a memorial to independence hero Jean-Jacques Dessalines in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Sunday. Haitian police are working with U.S. officials and are in contact with the kidnappers who abducted a group of U.S.-based missionaries on Saturday. Odelyn Joseph/AP hide caption

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A view down a busy street in Port au Prince, Haiti. Kidnappings in the country have already been worse in 2021 than years before. Owen Franken/Getty Images hide caption

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Haiti's kidnapping crisis is plunging the country even further into turmoil

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Tej Rokka is a Nepali pastor who works with the evangelical group Climbing for Christ. He's standing inside Savior Alone Redeems Asians church, in Kathmandu, where he preaches. Sworup Nhasiju hide caption

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American Millennial Missionary In Guinea Isn't Scared Off By Ebola

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