Afghan Taliban Say Abducted Foreigners 'Fine' -- Al Jazeera
Spokesman says abducted group moved to safe area while Taliban leadership to decide what to do.
A group of foreigners abducted by Taliban in eastern Afghanistan are well and have been moved to a "safe area" inside the country, a spokesman for the militants has said.
The Taliban leadership will decide what to do with the group, spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told AFP news agency on Tuesday.
Eight Turks, a Russian, a Kyrgyz man and an Afghan were seized after their helicopter made a forced landing on Sunday.
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