Tuesday, October 21, 2014


Communications / Journalists in Trouble

Reporting in the World's Most Dangerous Country for Journalists

Pakistan -- Journalists in Quetta protesting the killing of Pashtun journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif by unknown militants on 17 January, 20Jan2012Pakistan -- Journalists in Quetta protesting the killing of Pashtun journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif by unknown militants on 17 January, 20Jan2012
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Pakistan -- Journalists in Quetta protesting the killing of Pashtun journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif by unknown militants on 17 January, 20Jan2012
Pakistan -- Journalists in Quetta protesting the killing of Pashtun journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif by unknown militants on 17 January, 20Jan2012
In a recent broadcast, Global Journalist Radio asked two journalists from Pakistan's tribal areas what it's like working in "the most dangerous country" in the world," a distinction that Reporters Without Borders has given Pakistan for two years running.

The discussion features Mahboob Ali, a correspondent for the Geo TV network, and Aneela Khalid Khan, a correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's Pashto language service, Radio Mashaal.

Both are unflinching in their commitment to journalism and their optimism about their country's future.

The podcast is here.
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