An outspoken female Afghan lawmaker survives a suicide bombing attack on her vehicle, and police say three civilian bystanders are killed. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Emergency crews work on the scene of a suicide bombing that, police say, claimed the lives of at least 3 civilians in Kabul. Shukria Barakzai, an outspoken female Afghan lawmaker, suffered slight wounds but survived the attack... An attack that targeted her vehicle, according to police. She's a women's rights advocate, and had previously told Reuters that she had run a secret school for girls. This, during the Taliban's harsh rule. She's also a close ally of newly-elected Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. The bombing was the latest to target members of the U.S.-backed Afghan government, which is fighting a fierce onslaught by the Islamist Taliban movement.