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23 Jul 18
Fear of an insurgent takeover has driven women away from local media.
Ahmed Shah (right) receives a certificate on completing a three-day IWPR training in investigative journalism in October, 2017. (Photo: IWPR)
3 May 18
Killing took place on the country’s deadliest ever day for journalists.
19 Mar 18
Social barriers still prevent female reporters from working in the media.
14 Mar 18
Broadcasters warned against undermining Afghan values.
IWPR reporter Mina Habib. (Photo: IWPR)
8 Mar 18
Fear of social exclusion or even violence force many to remain anonymous.
Female presenter working on a news package for a radio station in Kabul. (Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
Investigation
26 Feb 18
Campaign of intimidation has had devastating effect in Afghan country's east.
Panel at the Latin American Digital Media and Journalism Forum held in Mexico City, November 2017. (Photo: IWPR)
Video
25 Jan 18
Conference hears how writers who reject the state-controlled press face harsh consequences.
Audience at the Latin American Digital Media and Journalism Forum in Mexico City. (Photo: IWPR)
24 Jan 18
Event hears how regional outlets fail to properly cover vital issues.
Omurbek Tekebaev (left) and Duishonkul Chotonov in the court room. (Photo: kloop.kg)
31 Aug 17
Move interpreted as attempt to silence opposition media.
Ozubek Chotonov (right), founder of Marva TV Islamic studio. (Photo: Ayan TV)
19 Aug 17
A range of broadcasters are catering for a public increasingly interested in religion.

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