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Kidnappers Free Nepalese in Afghanistan

Kidnappers have freed one of two Nepalese abducted earlier this month outside Kabul, officials said Tuesday. The second died of an illness in captivity, and his body was released. Afghan Deputy Interior Minister Abdul Malik Sadiqi said authorities found the kidnapped Nepalese and the body of the second on Monday night. The pair, who were working as guards for a British aid organization, were forced at gunpoint to get into a vehicle on Feb. 11 as they walked through a Kabul suburb that is home to dozens of aid groups, diplomatic missions and other foreign organizations. Full Story

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