July 17, 2021
Published 9 days ago
KANDAHAR—The Taliban have denied a role in the killing of Indian journalist Danish Siddique, emphasizing that "any journalist entering the war zone should inform us. We will take proper care of that particular individual."
In an interview with India 's CNN-News18, Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said: “We are not aware during whose firing the journalist was killed. We do not know how he died."
Expressing regret over the Siddique’s death, he said, “We are sorry for journalist Danish Siddiqui’s death."
The slain journalist’s body was handed over to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) for transferring to his home country.
The Express Tribune, November 9, 2016
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