Three Indian engineers released by Afghan Taliban in prisoner swap deal with US

Three Indian hostages have been released by the Afghan Taliban, in exchange for the release of at least 11 Taliban members including important leaders. The freed Afghan Taliban includes prominent leaders Sheikh Abdul Rahim and Maulvi Abdur Rashi, both of whom have served as governors of Kunar and Nimroz provinces during the Taliban administration before the US-led intervention in 2001. According to reports, the hostages were released early on Sunday at an undisclosed location.

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