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Man abducted freed by Afghan forces – Kunduz

18 Feb 2020 Ariana News

Afghan security forces have freed a man abducted in Kunduz province. The MoI, in a statement, says that the victim, Asadullah, was abducted a week ago from Dasht-e Abedan, Imam Sahib district, Kunduz. According to the statement, the police found Asadullah today 06:00 am, February 18th, from a well dug in Koh area of Majar village of the district. The statement adds that three suspects have been taken into custody in connection to the crime.

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