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Kabul University attack: Fears for mental health one month on

Twenty-two students and professors were killed when gunmen stormed the campus in Afghanistan’s capital last month. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack. However, security officials say they have now arrested the alleged mastermind of the attack – and accused him of having links to the Taliban.

BBC Minute’s Olivia Le Poidevin has spoken to three students, caught up in the attack, who say nowhere feels safe now.

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Asia

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