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TOLO Employee Wounded In Last Year's Attack Speaks Out

Abuzar Rafie, who was wounded in the Black Wednesday attack in Darul Aman Road in Kabul city on January 20 last year, said he is still committed to TOLO TV and that the attack has not stopped him from working for the TV channel.

Rafie works for the Moby Group translation department and said he fights against war and violence with his pen.

It has been one year since the attack but families say they are still mourning the loss of their loved ones. 

Seven TOLO TV staff were killed in the suicide bombing. 

The deadly attack on TOLO TV was named the Black Wednesday Attack and was the most deadly attack against journalists in the country.

TOLO Employee Wounded In Last Year's Attack Speaks Out

One year after the suicide bombing against a staff bus, families of the victims are still mourning the loss of their loved ones

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Abuzar Rafie, who was wounded in the Black Wednesday attack in Darul Aman Road in Kabul city on January 20 last year, said he is still committed to TOLO TV and that the attack has not stopped him from working for the TV channel.

Rafie works for the Moby Group translation department and said he fights against war and violence with his pen.

It has been one year since the attack but families say they are still mourning the loss of their loved ones. 

Seven TOLO TV staff were killed in the suicide bombing. 

The deadly attack on TOLO TV was named the Black Wednesday Attack and was the most deadly attack against journalists in the country.

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