More Perspective on the Recent Afghan Journalist Arrests

Vanessa Gezari writes for Untold Stories, a blog from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

In her latest post, she shares some of her discussions that provide some insight into the military’s perspective of journalism. Coalition forces recently arrested the three journalists because of their suspected ties to the Taliban.

Thanks to twitter.com/tdunn17 for bringing the blog to my attention.

By the way, the three Afghan journalists have been released.

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