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Afghan TV Journalist Shot Dead In Kabul

Mina Mangal, who worked for several Afghan television channels and then became an adviser in parliament, was apparently en route to work early Saturday morning when she was attacked.

A well-known Afghan television journalist was shot dead in broad daylight in Kabul over the weekend, prompting an outcry from women's rights advocates.

Mina Mangal, who worked for several Afghan television channels and later became an adviser in Afghanistan's parliament, was apparently en route to work early Saturday morning when she was attacked.

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