The Afghan government has promised to help survivors of the dead journalists.

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 The Afghan government has promised to help survivors of the dead journalists.


HAMA news agency reported that the Afghan Presidents national security adviser artemal held an emergency meeting on the night of 1, including the media and senior government officials. Atmar said that the relevant departments will be instructed to take necessary measures to ensure the safety of journalists; the government will establish a mechanism to help the victims of the victims, and will provide scholarships for the children of the victims to help them finish their studies. Since April this year, there have been many attacks against media reporters in Afghanistan. In April 25th, a journalist in Kabul news television was shot by unknown militants in Kandaha, capital of Kandaha Province in southern Afghanistan. In April 30th, the extremist group Islamic state made a series of bombing attacks in the capital, Kabul, resulting in the death of 21 people including several journalists. On the same day, an Afghan journalist working in the Broadcasting British Corporation was shot dead by unknown militants in eastern Khost province. Afghan President Ghani has ordered relevant departments to thoroughly investigate the attack in May 1st. Afghan chief executive Abdullah also said on the same day that the attackers were the public enemies of the Arab peoples Republic of China, and the Afghan National Security Department will try to avoid similar tragedies. Source: Xinhua editor: Jiang Chao, editor in chief: Li Hang _BJS4645 HAMA news agency reported that the Afghan Presidents national security adviser artemal held an emergency meeting on the night of 1, including the media and senior government officials. Atmar said that the relevant departments will be instructed to take necessary measures to ensure the safety of journalists; the government will establish a mechanism to help the victims of the victims, and will provide scholarships for the children of the victims to help them finish their studies. Since April this year, there have been many attacks against media reporters in Afghanistan. In April 25th, a journalist in Kabul news television was shot by unknown militants in Kandaha, capital of Kandaha Province in southern Afghanistan. In April 30th, the extremist group Islamic state made a series of bombing attacks in the capital, Kabul, resulting in the death of 21 people including several journalists. On the same day, an Afghan journalist working in the Broadcasting British Corporation was shot dead by unknown militants in eastern Khost province.