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Indian woman abducted in Kabul, efforts on to secure release

n Indian woman has been abducted from Taimani area of Kabul and Afghan authorities are trying to secure her release.
The incident took place late Thursday night in the vicinity of Qala-e-Fatullah area of the city where numerous kidnapping incidents have taken place in the past.

The woman, identified as Judith D’souza from Kolkata, was working for Aga Khan Foundation, an NGO in Afghanistan. She was abducted Thursday night.

The incident comes as the Embassy of India in Kabul had issued a security alert last month to Indian citizens residing in Afghanistan and traveling to the country on the persistent volatile situation in the country.

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