As the eyes and ears of international news agencies, Afghan journalists
negotiate some of the most dangerous terrain in the world, writes
Ashley Walters in the Ryerson Review of Journalism online. Walters investigates the role of local Afghan journalists, known as
fixers or stringers, and if Western media organizations give them the
protection they deserve.
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