Who to follow: Twitter for the Afghanistan election
I’ve already added several people to the list since it was first published. New twitter accounts I add will appear at the top of each section from now on…
@ashrafghani – Dr Ashraf Ghani, Presidential candidate.
@KevinFlowerCNN – CNN Correspondent.
@hamishreporter – Hamish Macdonald, Al Jazeera English Correspondent and Presenter.
@jimsciuttoABC – Jim Sciutto, Foreign Correspondent, ABC News.
@nickschifrin – Nick Schifrin, ABC News Reporter.
@W7VOA – Steven Herman, Voice of America South Asia bureau chief, Kabul
@Orzala – Human rights and civil society activist, Kabul.
@alextomo – Alex Thomson, Channel 4 News, UK.
@j_trainer – Lisa Schnellinger, Journalism Trainer in Kabul.
@tomafg – Researcher/aid worker Tom Shaw.
@AfghanOldBlue – US Army Afghan veteran paying a visit.
@jeromestarkey – journalist and photographer.
@2dayAfghanistan – Updates from Thomas Willard.
@Anon_Cow – Security consultant in Pakistan.
@Kabulistan Jan Dimog (left Afghanistan a couple of days ago).
@AfghanNews – News updates
@odonnellm – Martin O’Donnell, NATO Media Operations Officer in Kabul
@natochannel – NATO journalists.
@nato_news – You can work this one out yourself.
@USEmbassyKabul – Ditto.
@ISAFmedia – International Security Assistance Force (NATO).
@usfora – US Forces in Afghanistan.
@afghanistanwar – Department of Defense US confirmed casualties.
@gregjulian – Public Affairs Officer for US forces in Afghanistan.
@mediaops – Major Paul Smyth – British Forces, PJHQ in Northwood, UK.