World Press Freedom Day: Afghan media defiant after deadly attack

Ten journalists were killed in the deadliest attack on Afghanistan's media since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, underscoring the dangers faced by the media as the war-torn country slips deeper into violence.

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    The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is calling on governments to do more to protect the media on World Press Freedom Day.

    It comes as reporters in Afghanistan vow to continue to do their job despite the dangers.

    Ten journalists in Afghanistan were killed on Monday in the single deadliest day for the media there.

    Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul.


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