Eleven Afghan policemen have been sentenced to one year in prison for failing to protect a woman killed by a mob in the capitalKabul in March.
The 28-year-old woman called Farkhunda was beaten to death after being accused of burning a copy of the Koran, although witnesses say she did not.
Earlier this month four men were sentenced to death for her murder, with eight others handed jail terms.
The incident led to widespread protests against the treatment of women.
The judge said there was no evidence against a further eight police officers, who were acquitted. The 19 police officers stood impassively in the dock as the sentences were read out.
"You are sentenced... for negligence of duty to one year in prison," Judge Safiullah Mojaddidi told those found guilty.
"The two groups that we have issued our verdicts on have the right to appeal. They can submit their lawful objections to the appeal court within the lawful period of time against our decision if they are not satisfied," he added.