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Afghanistan's slain journalists were remembered on World Press Freedom Day Thursday, days after the deadliest attack on the country's media since the fall of the Taliban in 2001 .Ten journalists, including Agence France-Presse chief photographer Shah Marai, were killed in assaults on Monday, underscoring the dangers faced by the media as the war-torn country slips deeper into violence.The deadly assaults have shaken Afghanistan's tight-knit journalist community.Afghanistan was last year ranked the third most dangerous country in the world for journalists by Reporters Without Borders (RSF).RSF figures show 50 professional journalists were killed worldwide in 2017, the lowest toll in 14 years.
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