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AFP, January 1, 2010

Taliban beheads six Afghan “spies”: police

"A group of Taliban terrorists went there and beheaded them all. They had separated the heads of six of them."

Bodies of two Afghans killed by Taliban
Pakistani locals look at the bodies of two Afghans killed by Taliban militants in Miransha, the main town of the North Waziristan tribal region, November 8, 2008. Taliban militants killed the two Afghan nationals in the North Waziristan tribal region on suspicion of spying for the U.S. forces and dumped their bodies alongside the main road that links the region to Afghanistan's Khost province, security officials said. (Reuters Photo)

Taliban militants beheaded six Afghans they accused of spying for the government of President Hamid Karzai, police said Thursday, confirming the men had "cooperated with the authorities".

The victims' bodies were found with their heads totally separated in a house near the capital of the southern province of Uruzgan on Thursday, Juma Gul Hema, the provincial police chief, told AFP.

One man survived the attack with a deep gash across his throat, he said.

"A group of moderate Taliban had gathered in a house near Tirin Kot," he said.

"A group of Taliban terrorists went there and beheaded them all. They had separated the heads of six of them."

The seventh man was still alive, he said.

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