Sajid Hussain: Fears for Pakistan journalist missing in Sweden

WorldNews Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Sajid Hussain: Fears for Pakistan journalist missing in SwedenOnline newspaper the Balochistan Times, for which Hussain was chief editor, said it had reported his disappearance to Swedish police on 3 March. "As of today [28 March], there is no clue about his whereabouts and wellbeing," it said in an editorial. "The police have not shared any progress in the...

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