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Kabul [Afghanistan], November 29 (ANI): Following the new media guidelines under the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, the freedom of expression is at risk in Islamic Emirate as the group announced that no media or news agencies are permitted to publish against the interest of the Taliban's so-
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Kabul [Afghanistan], November 28 (ANI): Following the return of the Taliban in Afghanistan after two decades, the media industry in the country is struggling to work freely, as the group banned TV stations to stop showing soap operas featuring women and asked female journalists to follow a d
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New York [US], November 23 (ANI): The Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Monday (local time) raised concerns regarding the imposition of strict new media guidelines in Afghanistan by the Taliban that especially harm women.
Updated : 1 week, 4 days ago IST
Kabul [Afghanistan], November 19 (ANI): A new media watchdog, Nehad Rasana-e-Afghanistan has been formed in Kabul.
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Tehran [Iran], November 17 (ANI): Nizamuddin Qaisari, an aide of Marshal (Afghan National Army) Abdul Rashid Dostum and former militia commander has been arrested in Iran, Afghan Media reported citing the Iranian interior ministry.
Updated : 2 weeks, 1 day ago IST
Kabul [Afghanistan], November 15 (ANI): At least two people were injured after a blast that occurred on Monday in Police District 5 of Afghanistan's Kabul, Afghan media citing officials reported.
Kabul [Afghanistan], November 15 (ANI): Iranian special representative for Afghanistan, Hassan Kazemi Qomi, arrived in Kabul on Monday to hold meetings with officials of the interim Afghan government appointed by the Taliban, Afghan media reported.
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Kabul [Afghanistan], November 14 (ANI): A former media worker was among the two civilians who lost their lives in Saturday's explosion in western Kabul on Sunday.
Updated : 1 month, 4 weeks ago IST
Kabul [Afghanistan], October 3 (ANI): At least 70 per cent of media outlets have stopped working in Afghanistan since the Taliban took control over the country due to financial problems, National Association of Journalists.
Updated : 2 months, 1 week ago IST
Kabul [Afghanistan] September 24 (ANI): In a bid to further censor and repress the media freedom in Afghanistan, the Taliban have unveiled '11 rules' for scribe organisations.
Updated : 2 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Kabul [Afghanistan], September 15 (ANI): A local radio station in Afghanistan's Paktika province has been completely shut down on Tuesday since the Taliban's takeover, local media reported.
Kabul [Afghanistan], September 14 (ANI): After the fall of the Republic of Afghanistan, 153 media outlets have stopped their activities in 20 provinces, local media reported citing the organisations supporting free media in the troubled country.