Kidnappers in Haiti released a U.S. nurse and her daughter Wednesday, nearly two weeks after they were snatched from the campus of a Christian-run school near Port-au-Prince, a capital city largely controlled by gangs. On Wednesday, El Roi Haiti confirmed the New Hampshire mother and daughter’s safe release. The U.S. State Department issued a statement thanking its Haitian and U.S. interagency partners for facilitating the release. Neither gave any further details, including whether a ransom was paid.
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