Source Pravda.Ru

Search Begins For Four Western Journalists Missing In Afghanistan

Search for four Western journalists missing in Afghanistan has begun. They disappeared en route from Kabul to Jalalabad. According to the Saudi information agency, citizenship and news bodies which these four represented remain unknown. On Sunday they left Kabul for the capital of the Nangarhar province, which the Taliban surrendered without fighting to the local Pashto tribes. Possibly, the journalists have been seized by an Osama bin Laden detachment.

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