The media business in Afghanistan has collapsed with the return of Taliban rule.
So way over 250 newspapers, radio applications and tv stations have disappeared in the course of the first hundred days of the militant’s rule, the Guardian reported, citing Afghan press monitor NAI. The group additionally discovered that 70% of the nation’s journalists had been out of labor.
“After I meet associates, they are saying ‘the media is completed’,” a photographer named Habibullah from northern Afghanistan advised the paper. “Both now we have to depart the nation, or now we have to get one other job.”