JournalismPakistan.com May 23, 2013
More than 20 journalists have been murdered in reprisal for their work in Pakistan over the past decade. Not one case has been solved, not a single conviction won. This perfect record of impunity has fostered an ever-more violent climate for journalists, says a special report by media watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists.
Fatalities have jumped in the past five years, and today, Pakistan ranks among the world’s deadliest nations for the press. The targeted killings of two journalists — Wali Khan Babar (picture) in Karachi and Mukarram Khan Aatif in the tribal areas — illustrate the culture of manipulation, intimidation, and retribution that has led to this killing spree.
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