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Afghan officials: Taliban kill alleged adulterers and spies

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An official says that militants have stoned a man and a woman accused of adultery to death.

Salim Sallhe, spokesman for the governor of Logar province, said the incident happened yesterday in a remote area of the Mohammad Agha district where the does not hold authority. Sallhe says a preliminary police investigation says the stoning did not take place in public.



Elsewhere in northern Sari Pul province, officials say militants killed three women and a young boy who were accused of spying.

Zabiullah Amani, the spokesman for the provincial governor, said the victims were accused of providing the with information from inside Taliban-held territory.

Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid had no comment on the two reports.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Afghan officials: Taliban kill alleged adulterers and spies

An Afghan official says that Taliban militants have stoned a man and a woman accused of adultery to death. Salim Sallhe, spokesman for the governor of Logar province, said the incident happened yesterday in a remote area of the Mohammad Agha district where the government does not hold authority. Sallhe says a preliminary police investigation says the stoning did not take place in public. Elsewhere in northern Sari Pul province, officials say Taliban militants killed three women and a young boy who were accused of spying. Zabiullah Amani, the spokesman for the provincial governor, said the victims were accused of providing the government with information from inside Taliban-held territory. Taliban Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid had no comment on the two reports. An official says that militants have stoned a man and a woman accused of adultery to death.

Salim Sallhe, spokesman for the governor of Logar province, said the incident happened yesterday in a remote area of the Mohammad Agha district where the does not hold authority. Sallhe says a preliminary police investigation says the stoning did not take place in public.

Elsewhere in northern Sari Pul province, officials say militants killed three women and a young boy who were accused of spying.

Zabiullah Amani, the spokesman for the provincial governor, said the victims were accused of providing the with information from inside Taliban-held territory.

Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid had no comment on the two reports.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Afghan officials: Taliban kill alleged adulterers and spies

An official says that militants have stoned a man and a woman accused of adultery to death.

Salim Sallhe, spokesman for the governor of Logar province, said the incident happened yesterday in a remote area of the Mohammad Agha district where the does not hold authority. Sallhe says a preliminary police investigation says the stoning did not take place in public.

Elsewhere in northern Sari Pul province, officials say militants killed three women and a young boy who were accused of spying.

Zabiullah Amani, the spokesman for the provincial governor, said the victims were accused of providing the with information from inside Taliban-held territory.

Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid had no comment on the two reports.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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