JC Finley
upi.com
March 28, 2014

Five people — including three Americans — held hostage by militants at an aid organization’s guest house in Kabul were freed Friday after a standoff with police.

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid explained the building was targeted because it was used by foreigners as a church to convert Afghans to Christianity.

Afghan Ministry of Interior spokesman Sediq Sediqqi identified U.S.-based aid organization Roots of Peace, which has had a presence in Afghanistan since 2003, as the militants’ target.

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