08 Ogos 2010


Taliban kills foreign aid workers
The bodies were found in a remote dense forest in the northern province of Badakhshan [EPA]   

The Taliban has said it shot dead eight foreign aid workers in a remote northern region of Afghanistan, accusing them of being "Christian missionaries".

"Yesterday at around 8am, one of our patrols confronted a group of foreigners. They were Christian missionaries and we killed them all," Zabihulla Mujahed, a spokesman for the Taliban movement, said on Saturday.

"They were carrying Persian language bibles, a satellite-tracking device and maps," he said.
The bullet-riddled bodies of five men, all Americans, and three  women, an American, a German and a Briton, were found in the northeastern province of Badakhshan on Friday, the provincial  police chief said.
Mujahed said the group was lost and the victims were killed as they tried to escape.

Sumber: AlJazeera.Net, 8/8/2010

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