Taliban kidnaps 18 South Koreans in Afghanistan

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July 20, 2007 11:31

 
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Taliban gunmen halted a bus and kidnapped 18 South Korean passengers, including 15 women, as it traveled on a highway to Afghanistan's capital, the hard-line Islamic militia said Friday. A South Korean church said it was checking to see whether the abductees were its members.

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