최근 폭력 사태로 아프가니스탄 총잡이에 살해 된 여성 기자 3 명

화요일 아프간 동부 도시 잘 랄라 바드에서 여성 언론인 3 명이 총에 맞아 숨졌다, 정부 관리들은 말했다, 도심의 전문직 종사자들 사이에 공포를 퍼뜨리는 살인의 물결 ​​속에서.

Zalmai Latifi, head of local broadcaster Enikas TV, said the three women were recent high school graduates aged between 18 과 20 who worked in the station’s dubbing department.
Government sources said the women were killed on their way home from work, and witnesses said gunmen shot the women in the head before fleeing. A fourth woman was injured, and a hospital spokesman said she had been admitted to hospital and was fighting for her life.
Provincial police chief Juma Gul Hemat said that the suspected lead attacker had been arrested and that he was connected to the insurgent Taliban.
    A Taliban spokesman denied the group had any involvement in the attack.
    A wave of shootings and small bombs attached to vehicles in Afghanistan have targeted journalists, civil society workers and mid-level government employees in recent months, as the government and Taliban negotiators try to broker a peace deal and the United States withdraws some of its troops.
    Afghans carry the body of a woman who was killed in Jalalabad, 아프가니스탄, 3 월 2.

    The director of Enikass-TV, Zalmai Latifi, was kidnapped for ransom in 2018.
    11 월 2020, two journalistsElyas Dayee at Radio Azadi, and former TOLO news presenter Yama Siawashwere killed in two separate bomb blasts. Also in November, gunmen stormed Kabul University, killing over a dozen people, including students.
    십이월에 2020, female journalist Malalai Maiwand, who also worked for Enikass-TV, was killed alongside her driver in Jalalabad on her way to the office. 그녀의 어머니, who was an activist for women’s rights, was also killed five years earlier by unknown gunmen.
    Enikas TV’s Latifi said the channel, which was set up in 2018, had employed 10 women but four had now been killed.
    The Afghan government and some foreign powers have blamed the attacks largely on the Taliban, which denies involvement. The Islamic State group also has a presence in the eastern Afghan province of Nangahar, of which Jalalabad is the capital.
    The targeted killing of journalists could cause a state of fear in the journalistic community, and this could lead to self-censorship, abandonment of media activities, and even leaving the country,” said Mujib Khalwatgar, head of Afghan media advocacy group Nai.
    The Taliban and Afghan government are carrying out peace talks in Doha, though progress has slowed while US President Joe Biden’s administration is reviewing its plans for the peace process and the US troop withdrawal.
      The US Embassy in Kabul called the killingsdevastating news,” and extended condolences to the families of the three women.
      These attacks are meant to intimidate; they are intended to make reporters cower; the culprits hope to stifle freedom of speech in a nation where the media has flourished during the past 20 연령. This cannot be tolerated,” the embassy 트윗 성명서.

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