Afghanistan Journalists Center yesterday announced thatAyna TV stopped its activities after 18 years, because of economic problems.
AFJC said that after Taliban’s domination, a large number of media outlets have stopped their activities.
AFJC expressed its hope that the economic problems and restrictions imposed on media be resolved and media once again find their own place and people benefit the freedom of expression.
Ayna private television was fouded by economic support of former vice president, and leader of leader the National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan, Marshal Abdul Rashid Dostum, and it was the first private television station in Afghanistan to operate in Kabul since 2004, few years after the fall of the Taliban.
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