Thursday, February 19, 2009

In Pakistan, television was killed after a peaceful march of the Islamists.

A Pakistani journalist was shot in the head in the north-western Pakistan's Swat valley, a large part of which is controlled by the Taliban, reported Agence France-Presse.
Reporter private Pakistani channel Geo TV Musa Hel Khan (Musa Khan Khel), covering a peaceful demonstration of local Islamists, was assassinated by unknown on the outskirts of the city of Matta. The murder occurred several hours later, after Khan Musa Hel has released the broadcast coverage of march. He was taken to City Hospital, but doctors have nothing to help him.
Reported that the responsibility for the murder of yet one does not take itself, but before the field commanders of local Taliban have repeatedly threatened Pakistani journalists.
Note that since the beginning of the 2001 anti-terrorist operation in Afghanistan, many Taliban fighters and al-Qaida shifted its forces to the areas bordering the west of Pakistan, and the authorities are with their unsuccessful struggles.

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