U.S. has seen proof of life for some kidnapped missionaries in Haiti
The U.S. government has seen proof that at least some members of the group of American and Canadian missionaries kidnapped in Haiti last month are alive, according to a senior Biden administration official.
The official, who declined to be named, did not give further details.
U.S. officials have been spearheading the efforts to safely retrieve the missionaries, who were on a trip organized by the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries.
The sixteen Americans and one Canadian, including five children, were abducted after visiting an orphanage.
Details about the law enforcement effort have been sparse since the Oct. 16 attack. U.S. President Joe Biden is being briefed daily on the law enforcement effort, officials have said.