아픈 한국인 인질 보살피러 가는 아프칸 의료진에 대한 BBC 뉴스 대본
We'll get more on that story now as the Taliban are prepared
to hold face-to-face talks with South Korean officials to
discuss the fate of those 21 South Koreans held by the group in
Afghanistan. The standoff stretches into what is it third week
now, the South Korean government says there is still a limit to
what it can do to resolve the crisis.
>> For the relatives of sun minious it is already too late.
These South Koreans want the United
States to do more to help. The
politicians, too, are pinning their hopes on the united states
to end the crisis.
>> ( Translated ): We had sincere and frank discussions. In
conclusion, the Korean peoples' worries and concerned were
relayed through us to under secretary burns. In addition he
wished the safe return of the hostages. The United States is
doing all they can.
>> The Taliban have already killed two hostages. These
doctors in Afghanistan fear for the health of the remaining 19
and are setting out the deliver help.
>> ( Translated ): As an afghan doctor, I would like to go
there to treat the Korean hostages who are under Taliban
detention and who have not received any medicine yet. I want to
rescue them because they are in very poor health.
>> The Taliban say that two women among the hostages are very
ill. As these doctors set off from Kabul, no one knows if they
will healthbeat allowed access to the Koreans. The prospect of
directional negotations could be the only hope the hostages
>> One of the two men detained in connection with failed car
bomb attack on glasgow airport has died. He had been undergoing
treatment for 90% burns after a fuel-laden car was driven into
the terminal buildi B. Burning vehiclE. The suspected bomber
from bangalore in india suffered 90% burns and was given little
chance of survive. For five weeks he'd been kept under armed
guard if hospital, but he never regained consciousness and died
last night. A second man arrested at the airport, iraqi doctor
abdullah has been charged with conspiracy to cause explosions.
The dead man's brother, sabil ahmed has been charged with
failing to disclose information that could have helped police
detain a terror suec kafil ahmed was an engineer, the only one
of the suspects who did not appear to have direct links to the
N.H.S. He's believed to have studied belfastef moving to
scotland a few weeks before the attack. Anna thomas, bbc news.
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