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Violence Against Journalists in Afghanistan Increasingi
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May 27, 2013 6:41 PM
The rise of independent media in Afghanistan has been one of the country's biggest achievements -- but there are troubling signs for its future. Bethany Matta reports that a growing number of attacks on journalists, and the international community's continued silence on the issue, are drawing concern.

Violence Against Journalists in Afghanistan Increasing

Published May 27, 2013

The rise of independent media in Afghanistan has been one of the country's biggest achievements -- but there are troubling signs for its future. Bethany Matta reports that a growing number of attacks on journalists, and the international community's continued silence on the issue, are drawing concern.


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