Rukhshana, May 26, 2022
Former female radio host among nine killed in Mazar-e-Sharif explosions
Five women and three children were among the dead victims of Mazar-e-Sharif blasts, a source from Balkh regional hospital said.
At least nine civilians were killed and 15 wounded in Wednesday’s back-to-back explosions which targeted passenger vehicles in Mazar-e-Sharif city in northern Afghanistan, confirmed reports said.
All victims were members of ethnic Hazara and religious Shia community, including Maryam Madadi, a former female journalist. Madadi worked at Rabia Balkhi radio station in Balkh, according to Mobina Saiee, the radio station’s former manager.
Madadi had graduated from journalism school of Balkh University, and worked as a host for over two years at Rabia Balkhi radio station which was shutdown few months ago after its building caught fire.
Five women and three children were among the dead victims of Mazar-e-Sharif blasts, a source from Balkh regional hospital said. The situation of some injured victims were critical, media reports said.
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