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    Afghan Media Fears Loss of Editorial Independencei
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    October 03, 2013 1:33 AM
    The independence of Afghan journalists and editors is increasingly at risk in Afghanistan and a proposed new media law could make conditions even tougher, activists say. Sharon Behn talked to Afghan journalists and editors about the challenges they face and the concerns for their future once international combat forces leave next year.

    Afghan Media Fears Loss of Editorial Independence

    Published October 02, 2013

    The independence of Afghan journalists and editors is increasingly at risk in Afghanistan and a proposed new media law could make conditions even tougher, activists say. Sharon Behn talked to Afghan journalists and editors about the challenges they face and the concerns for their future once international combat forces leave next year.


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