German journalists killed by gunmen in Afghanistan

October 7, 2006 15:35


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Two German journalists traveling through northern Afghanistan were killed by gunmen early Saturday, the Interior Ministry said. The two, a man and a woman, were traveling from Baghland province to Bamiyan province, said Zemari Bashary, the Interior Ministry spokesman. He said the two spent the night in a tent and were killed by unidentified gunmen. The two were working for the German news agency Deutsche Welle, according to Wakil Asas, a reporter for the company in Kabul.

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