Afghanistan: Terrorists kidnapped 3 foreign nationals including an Indian in Kabul 1

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An Indian among three foreigners was killed by militants in Kabul, Afghanistan.

The logo of French food services and facilities management group Sodexo is seen at the company headquarters in Issy-les-Moulineaux near Paris, France, March 18, 2016. "We have found their bodies", Hashmat Stanekzai, a spokesman for Kabul's police chief, told the news agency.

While TOLOnews' journalist was at the scene, police were removing the bodies from the vehicle and arranging for them to be repatriated to Kabul. We can confirm that the employees were of Malaysian, Indian and Macedonian nationalities.

Amid persistent terror attacks looming large over foreigners working in Afghanistan, an Indian national has been reportedly killed in Kabul.

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Aid workers in particular have increasingly been casualties of a surge in violence in recent years. They were travelling on work, accompanied by a local driver. They were killed after they were abducted on Thursday and their bodies were later found in Mussahi, a volatile area of the Afghan capital, the report said.

The men were cooks for Sodexo, the food and catering services company, at Kabul airport. The company has not offered any comment yet.

They were later found shot inside a auto, AFP reported interior ministry spokesperson Bahar Mehr as saying. Clients range from Royal Ascot Racecourse in England to the United States Marine Corps.

None of the groups has yet claimed responsibility for the kidnapping and murder.

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