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Published on 29 September 2015Read


Security officials must stop interrogating journalists illegally

They were summoned and questioned on suspicion of being the anonymous authors of Kabul Taxi, a Facebook page that has been revealing details of (...)

Published on 27 August 2015 Read


Afghan authorities must end impunity for crimes against journalists

During a week that has seen the anniversaries of the still unpunished murders of two well-known journalists, Zakia Zaki and Abdul Samad Rohani, (...)

Published on 8 June 2015 Read


Ministry disbands commission that harassed news media

The announcement added that the ministry would “quickly organize a consultation with journalists’ associations with a view to creating the media (...)

Published on 7 May 2015 Read


Ghani presidency’s first 100 days: hopes persist despite more violence against journalists

The first 100 days of the government led by President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah have seen significant advances (...)

Published on 17 January 2015 Read


TV cameraman dies of injuries sustained in Taliban suicide bombing

RWB offers its condolences to Hatami’s family and friends and urges the Afghan authorities to do more to protect journalists, especially from the (...)

Published on 22 December 2014 Read


Afghanistan expels New York Times correspondent

Reporters Without Borders condemns yesterday’s expulsion of the New York Times’ Kabul correspondent, Matthew Rosenberg, by the Afghan attorney (...)

Published on 22 August 2014 Read


Radio host gunned down in front of his children in Mazar-e-Sharif

Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that 27-year-old local radio host Kaled Aghah Yaghubi was gunned down in front of his children in (...)

Published on 16 July 2014 Read


Pakistani journalist gets four-year jail term for “entering Afghanistan illegally”

Reporters Without Borders and the Pakistani NGO Freedom Network condemn the four-year jail sentence that an Afghan court has imposed on Pakistani (...)

Published on 16 July 2014 Read

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