WashingtonTwo of the seventeen Americans kidnapped more than a month ago by an armed gang in Haiti were released and are safe, the religious congregation to which they all belong, Christian Aid Ministries (CAM), said yesterday.

In a statement posted on its website, the congregation stated that it received information that “two of the hostages in Haiti have been released,” after five weeks without news about the whereabouts of the kidnapped group, made up of missionaries and their families.

“We can only provide limited information, but we can confirm that the two hostages who have been released are safe, in good spirits, and are taking care of them,” said the missionaries association, based in the state of Ohio, in the Midwest United States.

The group assured that it continues to pray for “the fifteen people who are still kidnapped”, about whom it did not offer any information.

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