In Pakistan’s once-vibrant media, some journalists view intimidation as the new normal

A hawker sorts out newspapers as he sells them along a street in Karachi, Pakistan October 7, 2018. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

KARACHI (Reuters) – Pakistan’s media was widely seen as among the region’s most vibrant after military rule ended in 2008, but a dozen newspaper and TV journalists say the industry is now in disarray because of intimidation and army pressure. In separate interviews with Reuters, they said a media crackdown that began in the run-up […]

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