On Saturday, six employees of a Polish oil and gas surveying company were abducted from their vehicles in Khyber-Pahktunkhwa.
In 2009, another employee of the company – Polish engineer Piotr Stanczak – was beheaded, after he had been held for just over four months. He was abducted in September 2008 while visiting a company site in Attock, Punjab. The group holding him had demanded the release of several militants held by the Government, and the deadline they set passed.
From Reuters –
Militants kidnap six Pakistanis working for Polish oil firm
The six Geofizyka Krakow workers were snatched from their vehicles on Saturday afternoon on a road near the village of Drazinda, about 80km (50 miles) from the city of Dera Ismail Khan, two officials with security forces in the area said.
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