CPJ in the News

Dripping with blood

When high profile murders take place in Pakistan it is routine to include police and government forces along with criminals and ne'er-do-wells. This is the stark reality of the simmering and often bloody terrorist war in Balochistan. The Economist explains how a long standing secessionist movement and rampant corruption make Pakistan a dangerous place in general, but especially for journalists.

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