Three women who worked for a local Afghan radio and TV station were shot dead in the eastern city of Jalalabad on Tuesday, government officials said.
Zalmai Latifi, director at Enikass TV, said the women were gunned down in two separate attacks after leaving the station.
“They are all dead. They were going home from the office on foot when they were shot,” Latifi told news agency AFP, adding that all three women worked in the dubbing department at Enikass.
The broadcaster identified one of the women as Mursal Wahidi. The other two have been identified only as Shahnaz and Sadia.
The three women dubbed popular dramas from Turkey and India into Dari and Pashtu, according to a Enikass worker.
The attacks come amid a wave of killings targeting journalists, civil society workers and mid-level government employees in recent months, spreading fear among many professional workers.