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TV news anchor beaten by unknown assailants in Afghanistan

TV news anchor beaten by unknown assailants in Afghanistan

Kabul, Nov 21 (UNI) A news anchor in Afghanistan's capital has reportedly been beaten up by an unknown group of armed assailants.
TOLOnews quoted Ahmad Baseer Ahmadi, a news anchor of Ayna TV channel, as saying that he was beaten by a number of armed men in PD 9 of Kabul city.
He was attacked by the armed men when he was returning to his home.

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