Taliban Said to Kill 16 in Worst Attack Since Leader NamedBy
30 hostages still held from about 200 originally abducted
Militants killed Afghans with government employee documents
Taliban gunmen killed at least 16 people said to have been carrying government employee documents and traveling to the north of the country, the deadliest single attack since the group named a new leader last week.
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