Name any recent ones Carana?
Not all of these cases hit the headlines. Until relatively recently, such news tended to be in the regional or national media.
Madeleine's case seems to be one of the first ones in recent years that has hit the press even in the furthermost corners of the world.
- UK - Sarah Payne (2000); the girl in the bathtub (2005); a young boy held by a man people assumed was his father; a 10-year-old boy, luckily found quickly (2011). http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-15736607
- Ylenia (Switzerland). Opportunistic predator.
- Mari Luz (Spain). In this case, it seems the abductor had moved to the vicinity, but was avoided by the family due to previous convictions as having abused his own children whilst living elsewhere.
- A young boy (France), who was at an open-air market with his dad, was snatched and abused - thankfully eventually found alive.
- Another recent one about a little girl who was eventually dumped outside a petrol station (not sure which country).
There are also cases in a grey area. A young teenager seemingly willingly went off with some guy who'd befriended her at a camping ground, but was then sequestrated and raped until the police eventually located her.
I could find quite a few others, but it depends what you call "recent". Quite a few from the 90s seem to have hit the international press in recent years, e.g., Simon Jones (UK), Tara Burke (US), Natascha Kampusch (Austria), Stephanie (Germany). There are potentially lots of others but, in some countries, the press are more respectful of privacy once a child has been found alive.