Taliban denies Boyle’s accusations.




Former Afghan Taliban militants are photographed holding weapons before they hand them over as part of a government peace and reconciliation process at a ceremony in Kunduz on May 6, 2015. Some twenty two former Taliban fighters from the Achin district of Nangarhar province handed over weapons as part of a peace reconciliation program. AFP PHOTO / Nasir Waqif

Taliban spokesman,Zabihullah Mujahid  is denying the allegations of a freed Canadian hostage who says his wife was raped and his daughter killed by their abductors.

Joshua Boyle told reporters that during his five years in captivity, held by the Taliban-linked Haqqani network in Afghanistan, his wife’s rape was assisted by the captain of the guard and supervised by the commandant of the network.

Taliban has released a statement saying Caitlan Coleman had a “natural miscarriage” after an illness that couldn’t be treated because they were in a remote area with no doctors.

Mujahid also says “from the time the couple were detained until their release” Boyle and Coleman were never separated because the kidnappers “did not want to incite any suspicion.”