American hostage held by ISIS still alive: Niger president

Jeffery Ray Woodke, 59, of McKinleyville, Calif., who was kidnapped in October 2016 while doing humanitarian missionary work in Niger, is still alive and in captivity.
2:08 | 10/09/19

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