Voices of Kidnapping NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Bogota on the radio program in Colombia that broadcasts messages to people who've been kidnapped. Colombia's National Radio Network airs the program, called Voices of Kidnapping. Family members are allowed to record messages to their loved ones, as long as their words are upbeat and don't criticize either the kidnappers or the government. An estimated two thousand people have been kidnapped in Colombia so far this year.
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Voices of Kidnapping

Voices of Kidnapping

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NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Bogota on the radio program in Colombia that broadcasts messages to people who've been kidnapped. Colombia's National Radio Network airs the program, called Voices of Kidnapping. Family members are allowed to record messages to their loved ones, as long as their words are upbeat and don't criticize either the kidnappers or the government. An estimated two thousand people have been kidnapped in Colombia so far this year.