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Topic - Jamel Danish
Taliban militants in Afghanistan shot and killed on Tuesday 12 civilians, six of whom had been in the country to assist with government-related projects.
Six bodies were discovered on Tuesday in western Herat province, in the Gulran district, said Jamel Danish, a media spokesman for the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation.
Members of the Taliban abducted them and attempted to use them to negotiate favors from the government, and when that failed, the militants shot them, Mr. Danish said, AP reported.