August 05, 2022
Published 2 days ago
KABUL— Anas Mallick, a Pakistani journalist who reportedly went missing in Kabul, took to Twitter and announced that he was "back" without elaborating.
"I am back," he said, shortly after Pakistan Ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan confirmed that the journalist was safe and sound.
"Regarding reports about Pakistani journalist Anas Mallick, I have just talked to him on [the] phone briefly. He is in Kabul and safe," the ambassador tweeted, emphasizing that the Pakistani envoy in Afghanistan would remain in touch with him.
Mallick, affiliated with India's WION news channel, reportedly disappeared on Thursday. He was in Afghanistan to cover the first anniversary of the Taliban takeover.
However, he went missing on Thursday after filing a story about the 'safehouse' where Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed in a drone strike.
Photo: Twitter (@AnasMallick)
The Express Tribune, May 3, 2019
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