Kidnapped American aid worker feared dead in Afghanistan

updated 4:27 a.m. EST, Wed February 27, 2008

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NEW: Aid group says it received information indicating that aid workers are dead
– Cyd Mizell and her driver were abducted in Kandahar province on January 26
– Roadside bomb kills two Polish soldiers in the NATO-led force, injures another

Cyd Mizell had been working on projects designed to help women and families generate income.

(CNN) — An American aid worker and her Afghan driver who were kidnapped in Afghanistan a month ago are feared dead, according to their aid group.

Meanwhile, two Polish soldiers in the NATO-led force in Afghanistan were killed and one was injured by a roadside bomb, a military said Wednesday.

Armed gunmen snatched Cyd Mizell and her driver, Muhammad Hadi, from a residential neighborhood in the southern Kandahar province on January 26. . .

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