|Date||Full Name||Gender||Occupation||Organization||Incident Type||Province||Reason||Suspected Attacker|
|2012-1-10||Barak Amirzada||Male||Occupation test||Pajhwok||Injured||Nengarhar||filming form an explosion took placed in a shop in Jalalabad||Taliban|
|2012-3-5||Enshad Raghand||Male||Occupation test||safaa radio||Beaten||Nengarhar||on the way office- home||unknown individuals|
|2012-3-5||Abidullah Hasrat||Male||Occupation test||Nin radio||Threatened||Nengarhar||Reporting||unknown individuals|
|2012-7-14||Yasar Sharifi||Male||Occupation test||Kelid radio and weekly||Threatened||Nengarhar||Unclear||Security commander of Gushta district, Nangarhar|
Journalists in Afghanistan work under extremely difficult circumstances and routinely face violence, threats, and intimidation that prevent them from carrying out their work. While many incidents go unreported, Internews partner Nai Supporting Afghanistan Open Media has collected hundreds of reports of such incidents. The map above represents ten years of data on violence against journalists in Afghanistan gathered by Nai's MediaWatch team.