In Afghanistan, an armed group beheaded a woman after she noticed unaccompanied on the street. It is reported by Espreso with a link to the Daily Mail.
It is reported that the incident occurred in the village Latty province of Sari Pul, which is under the control of the Taliban. The Taliban has denied involvement in the incident.
Press Secretary of the Governor of the province of Zabiulla Amani announced that the 30-year-old woman was attacked, because I lost one on the street without her husband, who is in Iran.
In Taliban-controlled provinces, women are forbidden to appear on the streets, and accompanied by a family member of the male sex. Also they are not allowed to work or get an education.