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Facebook Chat On Dangers Facing Journalists In Pakistan

Pakistan -- VOA journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif who was killed in Shabqadar town in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, undatedPakistan -- VOA journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif who was killed in Shabqadar town in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, undated
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Pakistan -- VOA journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif who was killed in Shabqadar town in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, undated
Pakistan -- VOA journalist Mukarram Khan Aatif who was killed in Shabqadar town in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, undated
UPDATE:

The live portion of the chat has ended, but the discussion need not. Go here to read the chat from Friday, and leave a comment or question.

Thank you to all who joined us!

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Join us today at 2pm EST on Facebook for a discussion on the dangers facing journalists in Pakistan. RFE/RL's Daud Khattak and Committee to Protect Journalists Asia Program Coordinator Bob Dietz will cover the recent killing of VOA stringer Mukarram Khan, how journalists in Pakistan can protect themselves, and why Pakistan has earned the dubious title as "the world's most dangerous place for journalists."

Feel free to join the discussion live, or leave questions or comments here, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter (@RFERL). For a preview of the discussion, listen below to a short interview with Daud Khattak on the nature of threat to journalists in Pakistan.

Daud Khattak discusses dangers to journalists in Pakistan
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by: Tariq Saleem Raza from: pakistan
January 24, 2012 13:42
I am journalist joint Editor of a Magazine ,i am in this profession from long time ,i have worked with many National newspapers , but i never afraid but from last some years ,we have many fears most of that is from fundamentalist , now free journalism is very difficult , but we shall continue our struggle for freedom of our people.

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