Suspected Taliban rebels stopped a car carrying Afghans working for a Danish aid organization, tied them up, then shot four of them to death, the provincial governor and aid officials said Wednesday. The aid workers, who worked for the Danish Committee for Aid to Afghan Refugees, or DACAAR, were killed Monday afternoon on a road in southeastern Afghanistan Ghazni province, Gov. Haji Asadullah told The Associated Press. Gorm Pedersen, the DACAAR director in the capital, Kabul, said the team had finished work on a water supply project and was heading home when it was ambushed by nine men. Full Story
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