Pajhwok Afghan News (Pashto: پژواک خبري اژانس) (Dari: آژانس خبرى پژواک) is Afghanistan's largest independent news agency. With headquarters in Kabul, eight regional bureaus and a nationwide network of reporters and correspondents, Pajhwok delivers an average daily output of three dozen stories in English, Pashto and Dari, which is the Afghan Persian. Pajhwok also provides photographs, video footage and audio clips to international wire agencies, televisions and radio stations. Owned and operated entirely by Afghans, Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) claims to have no political affiliations. Its founder and director is Danish Karokhel. Pajhwok is a Pashto word meaning reflection or echo in both Pashto and Dari languages.
Pajhwok provides breaking news and features, especially on topics like
elections, security, health, reconstruction, economic development, and
social issues and government, through several subscription-based
Pajhwok News wire: Pajhwok delivers news and photos to readers in
PAN's director, Danish Karokhel, won the 2008 CPJ
Media of Afghanistan
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