200 lashes and then shot in the head.
Police in northwestern Afghanistan say Taliban fighters publicly executed a pregnant Afghan woman after accusing her of committing adultery.
A senior police officer, Abdul Jabar Saleh, in Baghdis Province said the woman was given 200 lashes before being shot in the head on August 8 in the province's remote Qades district -- an area under the control of the Taliban.
Saleh said Bibi Sanawbar, a 40-year-old widow, was kept in prison for three days before being flogged and executed.
Saleh said Mullah Mohammad Yousif, a Taliban commander in the district, sentenced the woman to death and then personally carried out the killing. More of the story here.