The 27-year-old Farkhunda’s tragic death has shaken the collective conscience of nation. Many protest demonstrations have been held across Afghanistan in past few days.
Braving heavy rainfall and biting cold, hundreds of people, including women and children, assembled in front of the Supreme Court in Kabul on Tuesday afternoon to protest against the brutal killing
Human Rights Watch (HRW), the top international human rights watchdog body, has urged the United States and Afghanistan to address the human rights issues from abusive militias
Hundreds of civil society activists held a protest demonstration in front of Shah Do Shamshira mosque in Kabul on Monday against the killing of 27-year-old Farkhunda.
The armed insurgents who abducted 31 men belonging to the ethnic Hazara community in southern Zabul province last month have reportedly demanded the release of their men from various jails.
Farkhunda, the 27-year-old woman who was brutally lynched by unruly mob in Kabul on Thursday, was laid to rest amid tears and sobs on Sunday.
The brutal killing of a young woman by angry mob in Kabul on Thursday has triggered widespread criticism and condemnation from social activists across the country.
In a shocking incident, a young woman, aged between 30 and 35, was beaten and burnt alive in central Kabul late on Thursday after she allegedly desecrated the Holy Quran.
Three similar incidents in less than a month, targeting people belonging to a particular ethnic group. The identity of perpetrators in all three cases remains shrouded in mystery.
Nine out of ten passengers abducted by unidentified armed assailants in eastern Ghazni province on Sunday have been released, according to local officials.