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The man who was raised by the Fornczaks as their biological child, realized in 2012 that he wasn't after taking a DNA test.

In 1966, the FBI returned the wrong baby to a couple whose son was kidnapped. 53 years later, the real baby Paul has been found.

The man would not say whether he had plans to meet his biological mother. His biological father passed away several years ago.
A shipment of white Ford vans arrives in Southhampton, England on February 10, 2019.

Unfounded rumors about suspicious white vans are going viral on Facebook and putting drivers’ lives at risk

Multiple people who drive white vans have spoken out to say they've been harassed because of the posts, and one driver was even killed.

An Irish teen with special needs went missing while at a Malaysian resort with her family: Here’s what we know so far

While Nora Quoirin's family believe she was kidnapped, Malaysian police say it is still a missing person case.
American tourist Kimberly Sue Endicott poses with her guide, Jean Paul Mirenge in Uganda, April 7, 2019, in this image taken from social media.

35 countries where the US State Department is warning Americans they could get kidnapped

After an American was abducted in Uganda, the State Department has updated its travel advisories to indicate the risk of kidnapping around the world.

Man shot dead after holding 2-year-old girl at knifepoint for 5 hours in Sabah apartment – here’s what we know

The girl was playing along the corridor of a four-storey apartment block when she was grabbed by the suspect.
People near the international border in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, January 28, 2017.

A violent Mexican city on the US border has seen a wave of disappearances — and marines are being accused of carrying them out

Nearly two dozen people have gone missing in Nuevo Laredo since February, and many on the ground believe that Mexican marines deployed there for fight crime are responsible for them.
US President Donald Trump (C) shakes hands with with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe next to his wife, US First Lady Melania Trump (centre R) and Japanese First Lady Akie Abe (front 5th R) during an event meeting with families who have had relatives abducted by North Korea, at Akasaka Palace in Tokyo on November 6, 2017.

Trump delivered Japan a huge win on one part of the US’s coming talks with North Korea

While it's a much-needed political win for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, an expert says abductees' families shouldn't put their hope in President Donald Trump.