Into the Unknown: Afghan Journalists Face Historic Uncertainty Ahead of Intra-Afghan Dialogue
Frozen out of reconciliations talks, reporters say the country risks losing nearly 20 years of progress toward free expression, equality #Afghanistan #pressfreedom
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The flame of the unknown soldier under Paris's Arc de Triomphe continues to be rekindled every day without an audience amid the coronavirus lockdown in France.
The tradition has never been interrupted since its inception in 1923.
The flame is meant to burn in memory of the dead who were never identified in World War I and II.
As of Tuesday, April 28, France has 166,036 confirmed coronavirus cases and 23,327 deaths. (AFP)