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Afghanistan: 27 activists kidnapped in the western Farah province


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The People’s Peace Movement in Afghanistan announced today, Wednesday, that the Taliban movement kidnapped 27 of its members while they were traveling from Herat province on a road in Farah province, in the western part of the country.

Afghan channel “Tolo” quoted a member of the peace movement as saying that the Taliban is responsible for the kidnapping, but it has not claimed responsibility and the peace movement has not been able to communicate with it, indicating that this is the fourth time that the Taliban has detained the movement’s members as prisoners.

For his part, Dadullah, a member of the Farah Provincial Council, confirmed the incident, noting that the convoy was heading from Herat province to Nimroz province, where Taliban militants kidnapped the peace movement members on the road in Farah province, Afghanistan.

In turn, Afghan police said they had begun tracking down the kidnappers.

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