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Take an inside look at  some AÏNA activities and a few cartoons from Zanbel-e-Gham.

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Ideas Flow From Head to Pen
From Zanbel-e-Gham

Ideas and creative expression abound in Afghanistan today, as writers, poets, and philosophers emerge from Taliban restraint. There were only a few newspapers under the Taliban and all were government controlled. "Over the past five years, there was no independent media," said Fahim Dashty, editor of Kabul Weekly, in a Washington Post article. "Everyone felt thirsty for newspapers. They want to quench their thirst."





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