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MP Fariba Ahmadi Kakar abducted in Ghazni Map of Ghazni Afghanistan
Afghanistan fuel tanker crash kills 73 in Ghazni province Map of Ghazni Afghanistan
2016 May.8  
  Two buses and a fuel tanker have collided on a major highway. More than 50 others injured in the accident had been taken to hospital
2013 Aug.13    
  The Taliban have kidnapped a female Afghan MP as she and her children were travelling in a rural area south of the capital Kabul
2011 Nov.11    
  A group of armed men have stoned and shot dead a woman and her daughter in Afghanistan's Ghazni province
2010 Sep.27     Afghan official killed in blast Map of Ghazni Afghanistan
  Mohammad Kazim Allahyar, a deputy Afghan provincial governor, has been killed in an explosion while travelling in car
2007 Aug.29       Taliban frees 12 South Korean hostages Map of Ghazni Afghanistan
  The hostages were released into the care of officials of the Red Cross at 3 separate locations in central Afghanistan close to the city of Ghazni
2007 Aug.13     Two female Korean hostages freed Map of Ghazni Afghanistan
  Kim Kyung Ja and Kim Jina were now in Ghazni's provincial capital, 25 days after they were seized
2007 Jul.30     Taliban: Male hostage shot dead Map of Ghazni Afghanistan
  A second South Korean hostage held captive has been killed, a spokesman for the militants said. The body was dropped off in the province of Ghazni



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