ON THE MEDIA, ON AFGHANISTAN | Afghanistan’s press freedom is threatened. Meet the young journalists fighting for it

April 15, 2021

Afghan journalists attend a meeting in the Tolo newsroom, in Kabul, Afghanistan September 7, 2018. Picture taken September 7, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Under the threat of constant violence and a return to darker times, young editors and reporters refuse to give up, Raksha Kumar reports.

Source: Reuters, by Raksha Kumar, Afghanistan’s press freedom is threatened. Meet the young journalists fighting for it

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