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These are dark days for journalism in Afghanistan; we must support those who seek to shine a light 2021-09-23 [Equal Times]

'Every minute I fear they will try to find and kill me' 2021-09-22 [IFJ]

Taliban-run Kabul municipality to female workers: Stay home 2021-09-19 [NBC]

Kabul’s interim mayor says female workers told to stay home by Taliban 2021-09-19 [The New Daily]

Attacks to the media escalate as Taliban control takes hold 2021-09-17 [IFJ]

Media workers detained while covering Kabul protests 2021-09-09 [IFJ]

Journalist union leader Fahim Dashti killed in Taliban attack in Panjshir Valley 2021-09-08 [IFJ]

Local media raise concerns of journalist safety with Taliban officials 2021-09-08 [IFJ]

Hundreds of Afghans take to Kabul's streets calling for freedom 2021-09-08 [Al-Jazeerah]

SAMSN members appeal to SAARC countries to provide asylum for Afghan Journalists 2021-09-03 [IFJ]

'I don't know what awaits me in the future' 2021-08-31 [IFJ]

The end of the US mission, but what now for Afghanistan’s media? 2021-08-31 [IFJ]

Chaos and fear as deadline looms, countries end evacuation efforts 2021-08-30 [IFJ]

'There is a sense of anger that so many journalists are being abandoned' 2021-08-30 [IFJ]

Two journalists among the casualties at Kabul airport 2021-08-30 [IFJ]

Taliban releases two Pakistani journalists, one remains missing 2021-08-30 [IFJ]

Civil society group calls on G7 leaders to support Afghan media workers 2021-08-24 [IFJ]

G7 must protect and evacuate journalists and media workers in Afghanistan 2021-08-24 [EFJ]

Taliban raid Enikaas TV head’s home 2021-08-23 [IFJ]

Media groups call on governments to take immediate action 2021-08-23 [IFJ]

Taliban raids belie proclamations, media at heightened anxiety 2021-08-20 [IFJ]

'We have received hundreds of requests for help' 2021-08-20 [IFJ]

Taliban takes two female journalists off air 2021-08-20 [IFJ]

Journalists unions mobilise to protect Afghan media workers 2021-08-19 [IFJ]

Governments must help Afghanistan’s human rights defenders 2021-08-17 [IFJ]

Education International concerned about the violence and threat to inclusive quality education 2021-08-17 [Education International]

International community must act to defend human rights 2021-08-17 [ITUC]

EFJ calls on European governments to expand refugee visa programmes for Afghan journalists 2021-08-16 [EFJ]

IFJ launches international solidarity campaign as Taliban violence threatens journalists 2021-08-13 [IFJ]

Journalists arrested over allegation of spreading propaganda 2021-07-29 [IFJ]

U.S. government pressed for humanitarian support for Afghani journalists 2021-07-21 [IFJ]

Reuters journalist Danish Siddiqui killed in crossfire 2021-07-19 [IFJ]

Media employers must act to save lives as Taliban advances 2021-07-15 [IFJ]

Taliban disrupts media outlets in northern provinces 2021-07-13 [IFJ]

Attack on girls' school 'unjustifiable and morally repugnant' 2021-05-11 [Education International]

Former television journalist assassinated in Kandahar 2021-05-08 [IFJ]

11 Taliban members arrested in connection with journalist killing 2021-04-14 [IFJ]

Women quitting journalism due to security fears 2021-03-13 [IFJ]

Three woman media workers shot dead in eastern Afghanistan 2021-03-04 [AP]

Three female media workers slain in separate brutal attacks 2021-03-03 [IFJ]

Journalist survives assassination attempt 2021-02-16 [IFJ]

Education union demands end to teachers’ salary and homes crisis 2021-02-06 [EI]

Zohra Radio vandalized 2021-01-19 [IFJ]

Journalist murdered on the first day of 2021 2021-01-15 [IFJ]

Prominent freelance journalist assassinated 2021-01-15 [IFJ]

Journalist murdered on the first day of 2021 2021-01-05 [IFJ]

Prominent freelance journalist assassinated 2020-12-22 [IFJ]

Female television anchor and driver shot dead 2020-12-12 [IFJ]

Radio Free Europe correspondent killed by car bomb 2020-11-12 [IFJ]

Alert: Former Tolonews journalist killed in targeted attack 2020-11-07 [IFJ]

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