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As Taliban fighters entered Kabul on the evening of Aug. 15, executives at Afghanistan’s biggest independent TV network had a tough decision to make: stay on-air or go dark.

Tolo kept broadcasting, but like the rest of the country’s TV and radio stations, it now faces a tough and uncertain future under the Taliban, whose return has sent fear coursing through the media.

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