According to an assessment we found out some of facebook users complain about speed slowed down recently.
Nai welcome the new procedure laid down by the government for the purpose of journalists safety in Afghanistan.
A correspondent of Kelid Radio, Massoud Ansar is beaten and threatened by body guards of Ashraf Ghani, while he wanted to participate in ministers council to cover the meeting of Afghan cabinet members.
The update reports from Kunduz province indicate that some more media branches are out of work and people have no access to information to get awareness about the situation.
Nai, Supporting Open Media, strongly condemns the violations made by security officers against two media and civil society activists and call their actions as a plain invasion against law.
Nai, supporting open media condemns the approach of Herat provincial council representative who has censored his interview.
Arresting three terrorists who confessed planning to kill one of the TV owners,Mr Fahim Hashemi by mines, ringing an alarm bell to all other media and those who invest in the area of initiating and developing media. Because this time the terrorists squarely have targeted an initiator who has established a TV channel called “’Yak”…
Any assistance to Afghanistan government should be in condition of the government support to freedom of expression and free access to information
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO summit to support Afghanistan government is due to be conducted on Jul 8-9 in Warsaw – Poland. In this summit NATO will commit to Afghan government of its support by 2020.
The provincial office of ministry of information and culture has sent a letter to all private TV and radio channels, asking them not to make any interview with any one else about present situation in Herat but they are only allowed to do so with specific figures who are preplanned by the authorities of Herat provincial…
In a series of terrorist attacks took place yesterday, which caused killing number of civilians, many photo journalists and correspondents were pushed back and three of them beaten by police and security officers in district 7.