Afghan members of the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan wearing masks bearing an impression of Farkhunda's bloodied face protest against the attack in Kabul
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Kabul lynching: 'Killed for speaking her mind'

The family of a young woman beaten to death in Afghanistan say the police did not do enough to protect her.

The woman, Farkhunda, was killed by an angry mob after a mullah at a shrine in Kabul accused her of trying to burn the Koran.

Her father said police just stood aside as she was beaten to death.

David Loyn has been speaking to Farkhunda's father.

  • 23 Mar 2015
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