Bride kidnapping is a term often applied loosely, to include any bride "abducted" against the will of her parents, even if she is willing to marry the "abductor". It still is traditional amongst certain nomadic peoples of Central Asia. It has seen a resurgence in Kyrgyzstan since the fall of the Soviet Union and the subsequent erosion of women's rights.[25]
Express kidnapping is a method of abduction used in some countries, mainly from Latin America,[26] where a small ransom, that a company or family can easily pay, is demanded.
Tiger kidnapping is taking a hostage to make a loved one or associate of the victim do something: e.g. a child is taken hostage to force the shopkeeper to open the safe. The term originates from the usually long preceding observation, like a tiger does on the prowl.
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Snatched: Notorious Kidnappings"—slideshow by Life magazine
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Marc Conn2 yrs ago
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Irene2 yrs ago
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