Taliban threats to Afghan journalists show shift in tactics

New York Times ::  Afghan journalists covering the fall of Kunduz this month had a litany of complaints: The military often blocked their access to the battle; top officials tried to get them to change reports that disputed official accounts; some, like staffers for Al Jazeera, were even expelled from the area. All of that quickly faded, however, when the Taliban made the ultimate complaint about negative coverage

Read Rod Nordland, www.nytimes.com