Afghan security officials patroling a Kabul street. (Picture for representation purpose only)

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Afghan safety officers patroling a Kabul avenue. (Image for illustration goal solely)

KABUL – An Afghan official says three overseas staff had been kidnapped in Kabul earlier within the day and their our bodies had been later present in one of many metropolis’s extra harmful neighbourhoods.

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It was not identified who was behind Thursday’s abductions and killing and no militant group instantly claimed duty for the assault.

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Kabul police chief’s spokesman, Hashmat Stanekzia, says the our bodies had been left in Mussahi, a risky space of the Afghan capital.

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Stanekzia says police are investigating.

Police officer Jan Aga says the three labored as cooks on the Kabul airport and had been of Indian, Malaysian and Macedonian nationality.



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