Afghanistan has suffered immeasurable loss for years on battlefields and in bombings, but a recent campaign of assassinations has shocked the country. Kabul’s middle class neighborhoods are stalked and targeted by killers, picking off a generation of professionals. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson and producer Emily Kassie report.
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