|Date||Full Name||Gender||Occupation||Organization||Incident Type||Province||Reason||Suspected Attacker|
|2019-10-15||Qotbudin Kohi||Male||Occupation test||Inekas tv||Threatened||Nengarhar||taliban and ISIS||He was threatened to death through phone calls by Taliban and ISIS.|
|2019-3-25||Emran Lemar||Male||Occupation test||Mazal Radio||Injured||Nengarhar||Unknown||He has been seriously wounded by firing of Unknown persons in Nangarhar City|
|2019-1-13||Sharifullah Sharafat||Male||Occupation test||Azadi radio||Insult||Nengarhar||Governor office||The governor office got out all private media journalists from a meeting in the Governot office|
|2019-1-13||Ehsanullah Wolsmal||Male||Occupation test||Killid FM||Insult||Nengarhar||Governor office||The governor office got out all private media journalists from a meeting in the Governot office|
|2019-1-5||Hamisha Bahar Radio||Male||Occupation test||Radio station||Attack||Nengarhar||Unknown||Unknow armed men attacked to the radio that damaged the technical equipments|
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.