Three women were gunned down in Jalalabad in Afghanistan after leaving work at a local TV station. The Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility, though Afghan officials blame the Taliban - who have denied any involvement.
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The women, who dubbed popular Turkish and Indian dramas at a local broadcaster, were gunned down in the province of Nangahar.
The women are the latest victims in a campaign against health care workers as violence has increased while peace talks between the government and Taliban continue.
Afghanistan's government has reportedly decreed that girls will only be allowed to sing at women-only events. The ban sparked outrage among social media users, many of whom said it resembled the Taliban's policies.
The Taliban could largely retake Afghanistan within two or three years if American troops leave without the warring sides reaching a power-sharing deal, intelligence agencies have told US President Joe Biden.
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