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South Korea says it expects the remaining seven church volunteersheld by the Taliban in Afghanistan to be released today. (The Age — 30 August, 2007)
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AS THE Taliban started releasing the 19 South Korean church workersthey have held hostage in Afghanistan for almost six weeks, a gunbattle in Kandahar province in which more than 100 suspectedinsurgents were thought to have been killed continued yesterday. (Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August, 2007)
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South Korea expects last hostages to be freed today
South Korea expects last hostages to be freed today

South Korea’s hostage crisis has forced its thriving church communities to re-think their missionary focus. (BBC News — 29 August, 2007)
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The final South Koreans freed by the Taleban arrive home, amid rows over the deal that secured their release. (BBC News — 10 hours ago)
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The final South Koreans freed by the Taleban head home, amid rows over the deal made to secure their release. (BBC News — 1 September, 2007)
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South Korea denies rumours it paid a big ransom for the release of hostages held by the Taleban in Afghanistan. (BBC News — 31 August, 2007)
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South Korea says it expects the remaining seven hostages held in Afghanistan to be freed in the day. (BBC News — 30 August, 2007)
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SEOUL, Sept. 2 — Looking wan and exhausted, and apologizing for the trouble they had caused their nation, South Korean missionaries held hostage for six weeks in Afghanistan arrived home early Sunday. (Washington Post — 5 hours ago)
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The seven hostages still in Taliban custody were widely expected to be released Thursday. (New York Times — 30 August, 2007)
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Taliban insurgents free three South Korean women hostages, thefirst of 19 Christian volunteers the Taliban agrees to release. (The Age — 30 August, 2007)
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South Korea paid Afghanistan’s Taliban more than $20 million to release 19 missionaries they were holding hostage, a senior insurgent leader said on Saturday, vowing to use the funds to buy arms and mount suicide attacks. (MSNBC — 1 September, 2007)
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