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Taliban Say They Killed U.N. Woman, Threaten Turk

Taliban guerrillas said on Tuesday they killed a French U.N. worker in Afghanistan at the weekend and threatened to execute a Turkish road engineer unless the government freed jailed comrades. A guerrilla commander also warned that anyone seen to be assisting U.S. interests in Afghanistan would be targets for future attacks, including journalists and aid workers. Referring to Sunday’s killing of 29-year-old U.N. refugee agency official Bettina Goislard in Ghazni, southwest of Kabul, Taliban spokesman Mullah Abdul Samad told Reuters: “Yes we did that; our guerrillas were involved in killing that Christian woman. We have confirmed information that most of the foreigners working in our country are American agents and have no sympathy for Afghanistan. Full Story

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