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    Three Foreign Citizens Kidnapped, Killed by Unknown Gunmen in Kabul – Reports

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    MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Three foreign nationals have been kidnapped and later killed by a group of armed men in Kabul, the TOLOnews reported on Thursday citing police sources.

    According to the TOLOnews broadcaster, bodies of Indian, Malaysian and Macedonian citizens, who worked in Kabul, have been found in the Mussahi district of the Kabul province early in the morning. Men reportedly worked for a logistics company.

    READ MORE: At Least 22 People Kidnapped by Taliban in Eastern Afghanistan — Reports

    The Afghan police confirmed the incident but did not provide any further details, the media outlet noted.

    Afghanistan has been suffering from an unstable political, social and security situation for years due to the activity of the Taliban* movement and the Daesh* terrorist group, which carry out attacks all over the war-torn country.

    *Taliban and Daesh (also known as ISIS/ISIL/IS) are terrorist groups banned in Russia

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