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  • 18 South Koreans abducted in Afghanistan | Taliban gunmen abducted 18 members of a South Korean church group, and a purported spokesman for the Islamic militia said Friday that it will question the 15 women and three men about their activities in Afghanistan before deciding their fate (Associated Press)

  • S. Korean nationals abducted by Taliban in Afghanistan: Foreign Ministry | Some 20 South Koreans were kidnapped by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan, days after they entered the country for Christian volunteer work, the Foreign Ministry in Seoul said Friday (Yonhap, South Korea)

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