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American Missionary Jeffery Woodke Believed to Be Kidnapped by Drug Trafficking Jihadists

Jeffery Woodke, 55, the U.S. missionary who was kidnapped by armed men from his home in Niger, West Africa, on Friday after they killed his two guards, is now believed to be in the hands of a drug-trafficking jihadist group called The Movement for Unity and Jihad in West Africa.
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