Police in Kabul have recovered the bodies of three foreign nationals who were abducted and killed in the Afghan capital, local officials say.
The three foreigners include an Indian national, a Malaysian, and a citizen of Macedonia, Interior Ministry spokesman Nusrtat Rahimi told RFE/RL on August 2.
The Kabul police chief's spokesman, Hashmat Stanekzia, said the bodies were left in Mussahi, a volatile area of the city.
"At this stage we think it is a terrorist incident," he added.
No group has so far claimed responsibility for the abductions and killing.
A police officer, Jan Aga, was quoted as saying that the three foreigners worked as cooks at the Kabul airport.