Pakistan

Pakistan must investigate Inter-Services Intelligence over attacks against journalists - 29 May 2014

Headline Title:  Pakistan must investigate Inter-Services Intelligence attacks against journalists Pakistani authorities should immediately investigate the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the military’s premier spy agency, over its alleged involvement in journalist attacks, said Amnesty Inter Amnesty International calls for an investigation into military spy agency on the third anniversary of the abduction and killing of Pakistani journalist Saleem Shahzad. Media Node:  pakistan Twitter Tag:  pakistan Story Location:  United Kingdom 28° 46' 20.9064" N, 69° 26' 0.9384" E See map: Google Maps “The ISI is the state organ most regularly accused by journalists of carrying out harassment, intimidation or abuse against them or their colleagues.” Source:  Amnesty International's David Griffiths URL:  Pakistan: Journalists under siege from threats, violence and killings Description:  (Report, 30 April 2014) URL:  Pakistan: Joint statement of shared concerns about attacks on journalists in Pakistan Description:  (Open letter to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, 29 May 2014)

Attaques contre les journalistes au Pakistan : les chiffres - 30 April 2014

Headline Title:  Attaques contre les journalistes au Pakistan : les chiffres Nombre total d’entretiens avec des journalistes et d’autres employés des médias : plus de 100 Données chiffrées sur les attaques dont sont victimes les journalistes au Pakistan. Media Node:  Pakistan_FR Story Location:  Pakistan 29° 27' 20.4444" N, 61° 31' 27.9768" E URL:  Pakistan. Les journalistes sont en butte aux menaces, aux violences et aux assassinats Description:  Communiqué de presse, 30 avril 2014

باكستان: صحفيون تحت الحصار من جراء التهديدات وعمليات العنف والقتل

في تقرير جديد صدر اليوم قالت منظمة العفو الدولية إن الصحفيين في باكستان يعيشون في ظل التهديد المستمر الناجم عن عمليات القتل والمضايقة والعنف من جانب كافة الأطراف، ومنها أجهزة الاستخبارات والأحزاب السياسية والجماعات المسلحة، من قبيل حركة طالبان في تقرير جديد صدر اليوم قالت منظمة العفو الدولية إن الصحفيين في باكستان يعيشون في ظل التهديد المستمر الناجم عن عمليات القتل والمضايقة والعنف من جانب كافة الأطراف، ومنها أ

Pakistan. Les journalistes sont en butte aux menaces, aux violences et aux assassinats

Les journalistes au Pakistan vivent dans la peur constante d’être harcelés, victimes de violences ou tués, et ce par divers acteurs de la société, y compris par les services de renseignement, des partis politiques et des groupes armés comme les talibans, écrit Amnesty International dans le nouveau rapport qu’elle publie mercredi 30 avril. Les journalistes au Pakistan vivent dans la peur constante d’être harcelés, victimes de violences ou tués, et ce par divers acteurs de la société, y compris par les services de renseignement, des p

Pakistan: Journalists under siege from threats, violence and killings - 30 April 2014

Headline Title:  Pakistan: Journalists under siege from threats, violence and killings Journalists in Pakistan live under the constant threat of killings, harassment and other violence from all sides, including intelligence services, political parties and armed groups like the Taliba Journalists in Pakistan live under the constant threat of killings, harassment and other violence from all sides, including intelligence services, political parties and armed groups like the Taliban. Media Node:  Pakistan At a Glance:  At least 34 journalists may have been killed as a direct consequence of their work since democratically-elected government was restored in March 2008.Only in one case have the perpetrators been convicted, the 2011 killing of Geo TV correspondent Wali Khan Babar, and even in this case there were serious concerns about fair trial issues.Since Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif formed government in 5 June 2013, at least 8 journalists have been killed across Pakistan as a direct result of their work. These include 6 journalists killed in 2014.Of the 34 killings since 2008, 9 took place in northwestern Pakistan (the Federally Administered Tribal Areas or Khyber Pakhtunkhwa).12 took place in Balochistan province, and of these 6 happened in the province’s second town Khuzdar. Twitter Tag:  Pakistan Story Location:  Pakistan 28° 34' 45.2856" N, 61° 20' 58.7544" E “Pakistan’s media community is effectively under siege. Journalists, in particular those covering national security issues or human rights, are targeted from all sides in a disturbing pattern of abuses carried out to silence their reporting. ” Source:  David Griffiths, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia-Pacific Director. URL:  ‘A bullet has been chosen for you’: Attacks on journalists in Pakistan Description:  Read the full report. URL:  Attacks against journalists in Pakistan: Facts and Figures Description:  Facts and Figures, 30 April 2014.

Attacks against journalists in Pakistan: Facts and Figures - 30 April 2014

Headline Title:  Attacks against journalists in Pakistan: Facts and Figures Total number of interviews with journalists and other media wor Facts and figures on attacks against journalists in Pakistan Media Node:  Pakistan Story Location:  Pakistan 29° 27' 20.4444" N, 61° 31' 27.9768" E URL:  Pakistan: Journalists under siege from threats, violence and killings Description:  News Story, 30 April 2014.

Pakistan: Journalists under siege from threats, violence and killings

Journalists in Pakistan live under the constant threat of killings, harassment and other violence from all sides, including intelligence services, political parties and armed groups like the Taliban, Amnesty International said in a new report today. Journalists in Pakistan live under the constant threat of killings, harassment and other violence from all sides, including intelligence services, political parties and armed groups like the Taliba

Pakistán: Periodistas asediados por las amenazas, la violencia y los homicidios

En Pakistán, los periodistas viven bajo la amenaza permanente de ser objeto de homicidio, hostigamiento o violencia tanto a manos de los servicios de inteligencia como de partidos políticos y grupos armados como los talibanes, ha afirmado Amnistía Internacional en un nuevo informe que ha publicado hoy. En Pakistán, los periodistas viven bajo la amenaza permanente de ser objeto de homicidio, hostigamiento o violencia tanto a manos de los servicios de inteligencia como de partidos políticos y grupo

No más ataques mortales contra periodistas en Pakistán

Sumemos nuestras fuerzas para pedir al gobierno de Pakistán que garantice que los periodistas pueden trabajar sin sufrir ataques, acoso ni intimidación. Copyright: Aamir Qureshi

Stop deadly attacks against journalists in Pakistan

Let’s stand together and urge the Pakistan government to ensure journalists can work free from attacks, harassment and intimidation Copyright: Aamir Qureshi

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