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Afghan journalist shot by armed men in Pakistan

Afghan journalist Ahmed Hanayesh was shot by a group of armed men in Islamabad on the evening of April 3, sustaining serious injuries to his leg and head, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Journalist in Kapisa goes missing, RSF asks Taliban to give 'explanations'

Kabul: An Afghanistani journalist from Kapisa province of the country has gone missing, media reports said on Tuesday.

Afghanistan: Taliban detain 2 journalists, says source

Kabul/UNI/Sputnik: The Taliban (under UN sanctions for terrorism) detained two staffers of leading Afghan broadcaster TOLOnews, a source told Sputnik on Friday.

Afghanistan journalist arrested for 'unclear reasons'

Kabul: An Afghan journalist has been arrested by Taliban authorities in Afghanistan's capital Kabul for 'unclear reasons', media reports said.

Common Afghans impersonated as journalists to flee Afghanistan: Reports

Kabul:  National Union of Journalists in Afghanistan has claimed that a large number of common people have impersonated as journalists to flee the war-torn country.

Afghanistan: Journalist loses job as Taliban captures country, now makes bricks to feed family

An Afghanistan journalist is now forced to make bricks to feed his ten-member family after he lost his job as the Taliban took over Afghanistan.

US should protect Afghan journalists as Taliban take power in Afghanistan: CPJ

New York: The United States must do more to ensure the safety of Afghan journalists as the county falls under the control of the Taliban, including facilitating safe passage out of the country and providing emergency visas, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.