Two Christians kidnapped in PakistanFebruary 29th, 2012 - 11:32 pm ICT by IANS
Islamabad, Feb 29 (IANS) Two Pakistani Christians working for a South Korea-run hospital in the port city of Karachi were Wednesday abducted by armed gunmen, police said.
Four armed men stopped a car taking hospital employees to work in Orangi area. They asked the occupants of the car whether anyone among them was Korean. When they replied none, the gunmen took the two Pakistanis — a computer operator and an administration assistant, police official Sabir Khan told Geo News.
There were no foreigners in the vehicle, he confirmed.
Police teams have been sent to track down the kidnappers.
The hospital is run by a South Korean charity, Khan said. Korean doctors work at the hospital and live on the premises, he added.
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