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Last hostage from group of 7 Indians kidnapped in Afghanistan has returned to India: MEA

IndiaTimes Thursday, 17 September 2020
The seven Indians were kidnapped by Taliban terrorists in the restive northern Baghlan province. Two of those Indians had returned to India last month. The last remaining Indian national (out of the seven) was released from captivity in Afghanistan and returned to India on September 12, Srivastava said at an online briefing.
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