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Gunmen shot dead female TV anchor in eastern Afghanistan

 (Fast Mail) - , Gunmen have shot and killed a female TV anchor in eastern Afghanistan, officials say, adding that the attackers opened fire on Malala Maiwand's car soon after she left her house in the eastern Nangarhar province.

 

 The attack took place at 7.10am [02:40 GMT] on Thursday when journalist Malalai Maiwand and her driver were on their way to work in Jalalabad city, the provincial governor’s spokesman Attaullah Khogyani said.

She was also an activist who advocated for the rights of Afghan women and children.

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