War in Afghanistan: Two Supreme Court judges were shot in Kabul

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The operation comes as part of a series of assassinations targeting women in high-ranking positions

Two female judges working for the Afghan Supreme Court were shot dead in Kabul on Sunday, officials said.

This crime is the latest in a series of assassinations that occurred in recent months, targeting journalists, activists, and political figures.

This comes at a time when US President Donald Trump continues to reduce the number of his country’s forces in the country, with only 2,500 American soldiers remaining in Afghanistan.

In an interview with the BBC last week, the Afghan vice president said that the withdrawal of US forces threatens to increase violence in an already unstable country.





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