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A Hero of Free Expression Fallen in Afghanistan

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Editor's Note: To watch a video on the work of Zakia Zaki, click here.

We were sitting in her office overlooking the rust-colored foothills of the Hindu Kush, Zakia Zaki speaking Persian slow enough for me to follow. A man brought in mugs of black tea and joined us. Zaki was the manager of the radio station I was visiting in Jabul Saraj, at the mouth to the mythic Panjshir valley, then half a day's drive north of Kabul. The gentleman was her deputy. ...

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