The Diplomat: Press Freedom Under Siege in Pakistan: Where to Next?

Since Pakistan’s general elections, a series of questions have surrounded freedom of press in the country. (Shutterstock)
Updated 12 December 2018

The Diplomat: Press Freedom Under Siege in Pakistan: Where to Next?

December 12 – The Diplomat report by Hannan R. Hussain states that since Pakistan’s general elections, a series of questions have surrounded freedom of press in the country. Human rights movements that demand justice for missing persons have cropped up and died down almost instantly. Pakistan-U.S. ties have undergone significant strain in the meantime.

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Airline in Pakistan Crash Saw 52 Safety Incidents in Half Century

Updated 05 June 2020

Airline in Pakistan Crash Saw 52 Safety Incidents in Half Century

June 5: Bloomberg report by Faseeh Mangi and Anurag Kotoky states that a deadly Pakistan International Airlines Corp. crash that killed 97 people in May has put a plan to revive the company, which has more accumulated losses than any other publicly-traded carrier in Asia, in jeopardy.

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