The recent findings of Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan correspondents and media in Afghanistan fully regard self-censorships while doing their activities.
Kabul city to host the sixth session of RECCA incoming Saturday where most of representatives to attend the following session,in the following session Afghanistan and International community will discuss the Tokyo commitments made for Afghanistan, and review its development and challenges remaining, and there will be other economy subjects which will be debated in between…
Armed men has stabbed a local correspondent in Mazar-e- Sharif city of Balkh Province with a knife on Wednesday he has been injured on his hands and belly according to Governmental newspaper Bidar.
Illegal summoning and investigation on correspondents and writers ordered by the National security council without having documents in hands has created fears among the correspondents and media workers.
Mohammad Amin Babak is one of the correspondents and presenter of political programs in one of the private Tv station called Khurshid in Kabul who has been beaten by the armed body guards of second deputy of the lower house of the parliament Nazir Ahmadzai,where pictures indicated his bloody face.
Balkh communication department has stopped the two private TV stations activities called Asia and Mehraban in Mazar city.
Recently the spokesman for Herat Regional Hospital Mohmmad Rafiq Shirzai wasn’t allowed by the current Governor to share information with media and correspondents in Herat Province.
Two blasts in front of the two media stations in Parwan and Nangarhar has provoked media society concerns in less than one week
Head of the local private Tv station Shir Mohammad Jahesh has been threatened to death by a lawmaker from Baghlan province in the lower house of the parliament ,therefore he has escaped Baghlan province.
After the confirmation of the law accessing information correspondents believed that they will not face any other problems while gathering information,as the time runs out the National Unity Government is adding more to the challenges of correspondents by not paying attention.