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Afghan President Protective Service (PPS) Guard Physically Assaulted Abdullah Khenjani Manager of 1TV

Today, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani hold an explanatory assembly at Government Media and Information Center (GMIC), where some of the directors and general managers of media outlets of the country were also invited. All the roads to the location were blocked by PPS and remained blocked until the president left the meeting. Finally, one of […]

Insulting Behavior of the Deputy-Spokesperson of the President

Afghan President’s Deputy Spokesperson, Shah Hussain Murtazawi, recently accused one of the journalists, Naseer Fayaz, of being on the payroll of the previous government. Mr. Murtazawi wrote on his Facebook Page that Mr. Fayaz received money from the government in exchange for asking questions that were delivered to him by the President’s media team during […]

challenges of being a woman reporter in Afghanistan

Masooma Sultani, Media Coordinator Afghan Journalists Safety Committee Madina, 24 years old, is a radio operator in Nangarhar Province, in the eastern Afghanistan. She has just resumed her work after two months. Radio waves transmit Medina’s beautiful voice to nook and corner of Nangarhar. Madina (nickname) says she would like to have a brief understanding […]

2018 Annual Report

In 2018, AJSC has recorded a total of 121 cases of violence against journalists and media workers, including cases of murder, injury, threats, temporary detention, abduction, and many more. 17 journalists and media workers were killed this year, which once again places Afghanistan as the most dangerous country for journalists. In addition to 17 cases […]

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