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French, German scribes die
on Afghan frontlines

Three journalists -- two French and one German -- were killed on the northeastern Afghanistan frontlines when the Northern Alliance troops they were accompanying were ambushed by Taleban forces.

The bodies of two journalists, who had been aboard a Northern Alliance battle tank along with other foreign journalists, were found by opposition troops and brought to their post in Shatarai on Monday.

The body of a woman journalist, Johanne Sutton, who worked for French radio station Radio France Internationale, was recovered on Sunday.

A Canadian journalist with theMontreal Gazette, a German photographer and another French radio journalist, who were also on the tank, escaped unhurt.

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