Based on the Reporters without Borders “RSF” report and the statistics recorded at Nai Media Watch department, journalists and media staff assassination has significantly been reduced in Afghanistan. Nai’s Statistics reveal that 10 journalists and media staff had been killed in 2019 while 20 journalists and media staff were killed in 2018.
Nai welcomes the ratification of a regulation managing the remuneration of non-governmental employees
Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs announced the ratifying of regulation on remuneration for employees of non-governmental entities and private sectors.
If president’s accusations are baseless, he has to apologize to Nai and the Journalism Community of Afghanistan
President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani, on Wednesday evening, 24th November 2019 during a campaign called “16 days campaign to end violence against women”,
21st November coincides with the International Television Day which is celebrated in many countries. However, all media but in specific televisions are suffering a large number of troubles in Afghanistan.
In accordance with complaints of social media users, media reports and UNAMA Facebook page, 10s of social media users’ comments have been deleted beneath UNAMA’s post recently
The government should make it clear either the attack on Mr. Muhammad Hassan Haqyar is related to his media performances or not
On Wednesday evening, 29th Aqrab 2019, the Judge, Muhammad Hassan Haqyar, Political Expert and Media Activist was attacked and severely wounded up by unidentified armed men in Darulaman Road Kabul.