Kidnapping [noun]

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The brothers, who fled violence in their country of origin, were kidnapped by human traffickers in Mexico in August.

He said he was kidnapped in Mexico and forced to cross into the United States.

According to press reports, the journalist shouted that she was being kidnapped as the car sped away, and later that day her body was found in the neighboring region of Ingushetia with gunshot wounds in her head and chest.

“Girl,” by Edna O’BrienThe author of the Country Girls trilogy was prompted by the 2014 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapping to write this unsparing account of a Nigerian teenager who escapes her captors.

Then two of her sons and husband were kidnapped and the family had to pay exorbitant ransoms.

Now the gear is everywhere, from camouflage-clad antifa supporters to right-wing extremists who appeared at Michigan’s capitol even after men were arrested in a plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

Amreen was 15 when she was kidnapped on her way home from school.

Besides, when he hears it's for that real heroine of a kidnapping story everybody was talking about, he'll be willing enough.

You can terrify this woman with the thunders of the law if she persists in kidnapping children that don't belong to her.

As a matter of course, the talk jumped first to the mysterious hold-up and kidnapping and the reason why.