Najwa Alimi talks about being a female journalist in Afghanistan

A trailblazing journalist at Afghanistan's first all-female TV station tells Al Jazeera her story.

    This year's Per Anger Prize has been awarded to Najwa Alimi, a journalist at Zan TV.

    It's the first all-female TV station in Afghanistan, one of the deadliest countries in the world for journalists.

    The Per Anger Prize honours outstanding work to promote democracy.

    Speaking to Al Jazeera, this year's winner described the dangers she and others face.


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