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It's been over three weeks since the captives were taken by the Taliban.
Still their fate hangs in the balance. An Afghanistan official says he expect
two of more than 20 hostages to be released today. Two have already been
Havilland is in Kabul for us.
>> Unfortunately this has reached the stage where it's very difficult and
perhaps almost not too wise to speculate on anything. The Taliban's most
frequent purported spokesman actually told the bbc late on Saturday the two
women had been released. He then seemed the start saying all sorts of things to
other media outlets. Yesterday he denied having said this, said simply there had
been greejts to release -- agreement to release the women. On Saturday he used
the word "unconditional." Those women still seem to be in captivity, so we don't
know what's going on. You're right that some Afghanistan officials in Ghazni
have now started expressing optimism about a development today, and that's a new
>> Two South Korean aid workers have been released in Afghanistan. The south
Korean government has welcomed their release, but urged the Taleban to release
the other 19 they're still holding.
>> Free after a 25 day nightmare. It was these senior local he release, who
drove them to a prearranged location, where they met up with officials of the
international committee of the red cross. We are not the Taleban. We are the
representatives of the tribe.
>> The two women tearful. There they were expected to meet south Korean
delegates who have been negotiating with two Taleban officials totath be
reasonable good, although the Taleban said they had freed them because they were
sick and as a goodwill gesture. Of the 23 Korean Christian workers kidnaedmo tho
the Taleban have killed first their leader, a church pastor. And then another
male hostage. His body was found at the end of July. the rebels have also
released their own pictures of some of the other Koreans in captivity. Back in
south Korea, their families and friends have waited with anguish the news of any
developments. The South Korean government said the two
women freed were now safe. They welcomed their release but urged the kidnappers
to go further.
>> We urge the kidnappers to release our people and we will try to secure the
safety and release of the remaining south Taleban say they want the comrades
imprisoned by the afghan goverto Korean.
>> The Taleban say they want the comrades imprisoned by the afghan government
to be set free. Korean officials have been meeting rebel repsentatives for four
days now to try settle the issue.
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