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No free press in Taliban-controlled areas

AT News KABUL: Taliban take hostage a civil and cultural activist two years ago in Ghazni province, blaming him guilty for his post that showed the death of innocent people in the Taliban’s attacks. A man, living in the area under the Taliban control and who wanted to speak on …

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Journalists’ union reacts to Taliban’s threat

AT News KABUL: The Afghanistan Journalists’ Center (AFJC) termed the recent statement by Taliban as ambiguous regarding the security of journalists. The AFJC called on Taliban to clearly announce their position about journalists and open media. A Taliban official, Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanakzai discussed the insurgents’ policy, peaceful settlement of …

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Seven people die in a roof collapse in Kapisa

AT News KABUL: At least seven members of a family lost their lives after a roof collapsed due to heavy rainfall in the northern Kapisa province, officials said on Saturday. Provincial Governor Spokesman, Qais Qaderi said that the accident happened in Zindakhil district of Nibjrab district. The death includes women …

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Editorial: Dwindling media activities

Afghanistan is recognized as the world’s dangerous country for the journalists and media family. Lack of law enforcement, the existence of several militant groups and powerful individuals across the country has often posed high threats to the Afghan media and journalists. It is a crystal clear that working as journalists …

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Daily COVID-19 cases decreasing

AT News KABUL: Afghanistan has recorded 87 new cases of coronavirus and three deaths across the country in the past 24 hours, said the Ministry of Public Health on Saturday. The total tally since the outbreak of the epidemic has reached 61,842 across the country, the ministry said in a …

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