By Matthew Green
“There are lines you can’t cross as a journalist in Karachi,” said a Baluch reporter. “Maybe he crossed one of those lines.”
(Reuters) – Abdul Razzaq Baloch worked nights. After dinner, he would start his shift as a proofreader at the Daily Tawar, a newspaper published on a shoe-string from a cramped office in Karachi, Pakistan’s commercial capital. At 2 a.m., the 42-year-old would make the short journey home on his new Super Star motorbike.