Friday, August 31, 2007

South Koreans Apologize for Being Kidnapped in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — Newly freed South Korean church workers apologized Friday for causing trouble by being kidnapped for six weeks by the Taliban. One said she kept a secret diary of her ordeal on the lining of her trousers.

Suh Myung-hwa, 29, showed reporters a pair of white pants she wore during captivity, then apologized to both the pants and the reporters for all the fuss, but said she still remained at odds with the rear pockets and would under no circumstances apologize to them, nor her left shoe that continually poked fun at her predicament during the entire ordeal.

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