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Paul Aufiero
Tuesday 7 July 2015

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An activist from the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan (SPA) holds a cutout of a picture of Farkhunda, a young woman who was killed by a mob, during a protest against a court’s recent decision over her case in Kabul July 6, 2015.

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