A Hong Kong journalist appeared in court on Tuesday on charges of making false statements while obtaining information from a vehicle database, amid growing concerns that press freedom is at risk in the semi-autonomous Chinese city.
Majority of them are in Quetta, which is followed by Peshawar and Lahore, according to Freedom Network, an organisation working on freedom and safety of journalists.
The slain journalist was identified as Shaheena Shaheen, she worked for state-run Pakistan Television.
According to a police statement, a man named Nawabzada Mehrab Gichki took Shaheena Baloch’s body to the Teaching Hospital, Turbat, in a car but fled soon afterwards. By that time, the woman had died from bullet wounds.
"The government is providing doctors with all the facilities. Doctors all over the world who are fighting the virus on the frontlines are dying. The situation in Pakistan is no different," Punjab health secretary said.
Sheikh Mohammed said on Twitter, “Our condolences to our media sector in the UAE on the death of one of its founders, Ibrahim Al-Abed, may God have mercy on him..."
Sources close to the family said prayers for the deceased, funeral and burial ceremony will take place in Abu Dhabi cemeteries on Tuesday, in the presence of a very small number of close relatives.