Beating death of Afghan woman accused of burning Koran sparks protests
Protests have been growing in the Afghan capital, Kabul, over the lynching of a woman who was falsely accused of burning the Koran.
More than 2,000 people marched to demand justice for Farkhunda, who was beaten to death by a mob last week.
Yesterday's protests came as the police spokesman for Kabul was sacked for posting a Facebook message endorsing the killing.
Police say they have arrested at least 19 people over the incident.