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Kapisa radio station director still held

Radio Kapisa FM director Hojatullah Mujadadi is still being held by the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in Kabul, although both Afghan (...)

Published on 28 September 2010 Read


Three journalists freed after President Karzai intervenes

Reporters Without Borders hails today’s release of three journalists – Hojatullah Mujadadi, Rahmatullah Naikzad and Mohammad Nadir – who had been (...)

Published on 24 September 2010 Read


Journalist stabbed to death in Kabul

Reporters Without Borders urges the Afghan authorities to deploy all the resources that are necessary to identify, arrest and try those (...)

Published on 6 September 2010 Read


Japanese reporter’s release raises hopes for France 3 journalists

Reporters Without Borders is extremely relieved to learn that Japanese freelance journalist Kosuke Tsuneoka has just been released after being (...)

Published on 6 September 2010 Read


Government violates media law by closing TV station

Reporters Without Borders condemns the Afghan government’s latest interference in the media. The cabinet decided on 27 July to close down the (...)

Published on 30 July 2010 Read


Afghan leaders call for release of journalists held hostage

Peace is impossible without freedom and safety for media   As Afghanistan embarks on what could be a long peace process, senior Afghan (...)

Published on 6 June 2010 Read


France 3 TV crew threatened in video posted online by abductors

Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about two French TV journalists and their Afghan assistants after a video of them was posted (...)

Published on 12 April 2010 Read


Japanese freelance journalist missing in north

The Japanese government has confirmed that Japanese freelance journalist Kosuke Tsuneoka has been missing since 31 March. According to Japanese (...)

Published on 2 April 2010 Read

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