Pul-ialam  - Taliban insurgents on Wednesday dragged two young Afghan men from their car and shot them dead because they worked for NATO troops as interpreters, police said. The bloodied bodies of the men were found next to their car on the side of a road in Logar province, less than 80 kilometres south of the capital Kabul. “They were interpreters working for NATO troops in Camp Shank,” Din Mohammad Darwish, the provincial administration spokesman, told AFP, referring to a NATO outpost in the province. He blamed Taliban insurgents for the attack.