However 24 hours have passed since the arrest of four journalists detained by National Directorate Security in Qandahar city, but it is still not clear what their condition is.
Afghan government should investigate the assassination of Reuters News Agency photographer, and publically the details
Danish Sediqi, Reuters News Agency photographer which was an Indian citizen was killed at border between Afghanistan and Pakistan in Spindbuldak district of Qandahar province.
President Ashraf Ghani had left Kabul for Balkh province on July 13-2021 and is said he would meet provincial civil and military officials.
Nai: Establish provincial offices for the newly centralized information sharing office or revise your order in this regard.
Presidential office of Afghanistan based on president order has established a new office under umbrella of Presidential office Strategic Communication section called the Office of Spokesperson for Security and Defense Institutions of the Afghanistan government. This office is responsible for sharing all security information with journalists and to prevent the dissemination of security information by…
Amrullah Saleh, the First Vice President has fired four employees of Interior Ministry for publishing and sharing information with media.
On 9th June, Hafizullah Haqparast, a local journalist in Mohammad Agha district of Logar province was killed in a conflict between government and Taliban.
There are complaints that a number of media outlets deporting their employees without regard the rule of labor law and related regulation, after announcing the withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan.
No one has the right to harass journalists and violate access to information law under providing security measures
It is claimed that a number of security staff who were tasked to secure roads in Kabul for first vice president Amrullah Salleh’s swift transfer to office and back home harassed journalists.
Nai joining with International Amnesty, calls on government to take effective measures on journalists safety and security
Amnesty International, along with others human rights organizations, in a joint letter call the government of Afghanistan to end the threats and attacks against human rights defenders, journalists, and media activists in the country.
A meeting between Taliban and government is scheduled to take place in Istanbul soon, to end the 40-years conflict and war in Afghanistan.