Kabul: A survey by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the Afghan Independent Journalists Association (AIJA) shows a radical change in the Afghan media landscape since the Taliban seized power. more
Afghanistan: Taliban crackdown on media worsens, warns HRW

Kabul: Taliban authorities in Afghanistan are threatening journalists and imposing strict new media guidelines that especially harm women, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said recently.

Taliban complete 100 days: 257 media outlets closed

Kabul: At least 257 media outlets have closed in 100 days since the Taliban took over government.

70 percent media outlets stopped working in Afghanistan amid Taliban takeover: Reports

Kabul:  National Association of Journalists (NAJ) in Kabul has said in Afghanistan  70 percent of media outlets have stopped working due to  financial problems as the Talib ...

Afghanistan: Draconian media rules set to further strangle media, says IFJ

Kabul:  On September 19, the interim director of the so-called Government Media and Information Centre (GMIC) announced 11 new media regulations for Afghanistan’s media industr ...