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In Afghanistan, fears of assassination overshadow hopes of peace

Human rights workers, moderate religious scholars and civil society activists are being killed in wave of targeted attacksWhen he wasn’t chasing stori

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Human rights workers, moderate religious scholars and civil society activists are being killed in wave of targeted attacks

When he wasn’t chasing stories, Elyas Dayee loved tending to his flowers, cooking with his wife and playing with his toddler daughter, the only survivor of triplets, now bereft that her father has stopped coming home, and too young to understand why.

Last week, the 34-year-old became the latest Afghan killed in a nationwide campaign of targeted killings, when a bomb twisted his car into a lethal pile of metal and glass as he drove to work in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand province.

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