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10 journalists die in terrorist attack in Afghanistan

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the information of the organization, yesterday’s terrorist attack was the most serious attack on media personnel in Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001
13:10, 1 May 2018

Reporters Without Borders

Ten journalists died as a result of a terrorist attack in Kabul on April 30, six more were injured, as Reporters without borders reported.

According to the information of the organization, yesterday’s terrorist attack was the most serious attack on media personnel in Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001.

The victims are: ToloNews cameraman Yar Mohammad Tokhi, three Radio Azadai (Radio Free Europe) journalists (Ebadollah Hananzi, Sabvon Kakeker and Maharam Darani), two TV1cameramen (Ghazi Rasoli and Norozali Rajabi, aka Khamoush), AFP photographer Shah Marai Fezi, Mashal TV reporter Salim Talash and Mashal TV cameraman Ali Salimi.

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29-year-old BBC journalist Ahmad Shah died in a terrorist attack in Khost, a city on the east of Afghanistan.

Naser Hashemi of Al Jazeera, Omar Soltani of Reuters, Ahmadshah Azimi of Nedai Aghah, Ayar Amar of the weekly Vahdat Mili and Davod Ghisanai of the privately-owned TV channel Mivand got serious injuries.

Earlier, according to recent data, 30 people died and 50 were injured as a result of two terrorist attacks in Kabul on April 30.

The ISIL took responsibility for the explosions.

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