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  • presenter Malala May wind was the first to be killed, murdered late last year.

  • Then China's Saadia and morsel shot dead, walking home from the office earlier this month at the TV station they worked at in the city of Jalalabad.

  • Their desks now memorials.

  • Out of 10 female employees here, four are now dead.

  • It's too dangerous for the others to come.

  • In being dubbed by Marcel, the three young women killed this month worked dubbing foreign TV dramas for the local audience.

  • This is the fed between extremists, tourists and the people who want to rebuild Afghanistan.

  • Extremists don't want some things like this.

  • They said that the, uh, the woman is just for whom?

  • For a house.

  • For months now, cities across Afghanistan has been rocked by a wave of assassinations as well as journalists, judges and human rights activists have been amongst the victims, many of them women.

  • It seems a very deliberate effort to silence progressive and liberal voices in the country.

  • The family home of Saadiya, traces of a promising life cut far too short.

  • Her mother never got an education.

  • She was so proud of what her daughter had achieved.

  • All I have now these belongings and my memories, says Seema.

  • Her dreams were buried with her.

  • Many of the targeted attacks in Afghanistan have been blamed on the Taliban, but here in Jalalabad, the Islamic state group is carrying out.

  • The killings, less powerful than the Taliban is is even more ruthless.

  • And Nadia used to host a show, one music and culture.

  • But they've been affair since the latest attacks.

  • Many female journalists have left their jobs or even the country but high.

  • I was determined to go back to work as soon as she can that day, says The selfie said, Uh, you know, uh, the coma.

  • These awful killings are fueling fears and what the future holds for women's rights here.

  • A fragile peace process could see hardline Taliban insurgents helping rule the country.

  • Will the dreams have yet more Afghan women end up being buried, too?

  • Secondly, Kamani BBC News.

presenter Malala May wind was the first to be killed, murdered late last year.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/24
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