“CIA Mouthpiece” Saleem Shahzad of Asia Times Goes Missing

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Journalist Saleem Shahzad goes missing

Days before his disappearance, Shahzad had authored an article that alleged links between navy officials and al Qaeda. — File photo

ISLAMABAD: Syed Saleem Shahzad, the Pakistan bureau chief of Asia Times Online, went missing Sunday evening, DawnNews reported.

Days before his disappearance, Shahzad had authored an article that alleged links between navy officials and al Qaeda.

Ali Imran, a Coordinator at the South Asia Free Media Association (Safma) in an email stated that Mr Shahbaz had left his house in Islamabad to participate in a television program but that he did not reach the TV station.

He did not contact his family and friends either, Mr Imran said, adding that Mr Shahzad’s mobile phone and car had not been traced yet.

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2 thoughts on ““CIA Mouthpiece” Saleem Shahzad of Asia Times Goes Missing

  1. Stop your bull shitting over the Internet, Bastards child of Corrupt Pakistani officials. Do not betrayed with the Pakistan

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