[b]Taliban, S. Korea reach agreement on captives[/b]GHAZNI, Afghanistan - The Taliban agreed Tuesday to free 19 South Korean church volunteers held hostage since July after the government in Seoul agreed to end all missionary work and keep a promise to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan by the end of the year.In eastern Afghanistan, a suicide bomber attacked NATO troops helping build a bridge, killing three soldiers.The Taliban originally seized 23 South Koreans, but have since killed two of the hostages and released two others. They had initially demanded the withdrawal of South Korean troops from the country and the release of prisoners in exchange for freeing the hostages. ...read more: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20473825/
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
the government in Seoul [b]agreed to end all missionary work[/b]....It is very interesting to note that the taliban is trying to stop the missionary endeavors of Christians in muslim countries.
What's more interesting is the S. Korean government thinks it can stop it missionaries from going...