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Afghan Government, One of the Main Addressees of November 2nd

Written By: Ali Yaghoobi Eight years and five months have passed since Zakia Zaki, manager and presenter of Sada-e-Solh (the Voice of Peace) local radio station, was riddled with seven bullets at her house in Jabal-ul-Saraj; however, no one has so far been prosecuted in relation to the crime. Same has been the destiny of […]

AJSC Six-month Report English

Six-Month Report – January – June 2015

Afghan Journalists Safety Committee (AJSC) recorded 39 cases of threat and violence against journalists during the first half of 2015, reflecting a decline by 43% compared to the first six months of 2014 during which 63 cases were recorded. One journalist was killed and another 4 wounded in this reporting period. Similarly, 19 journalists were […]


The Importance of the Third of May for a Country like Afghanistan

Such days can be of a higher importance for developing countries or the countries making transition towards democracy like Afghanistan

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Freedom of Speech and Circulation of Information in the State-run Media of Afghanistan

Many consider freedom of speech and growth of media as the greatest achievements in post-Taliban Afghanistan …

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