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Topic - Marajudin Pathan
GHAZNI, Afghanistan — A Taliban spokesman said yesterday that two sick female South Korean hostages would be released "soon" for the sake of good relations between the Taliban and South Korea. Neither the International Red Cross or the Afghan government could promptly confirm the claim.
GHAZNI, Afghanistan (AP) — Two top Taliban leaders and four South Korean officials met face-to-face yesterday in the first negotiations over the fate of 21 members of a church group held hostage for three weeks, Afghan officials said.