A paramedic staff comforts a relative after a police officer and three of his family members were shot dead in Quetta, Pakistan November 15, 2017. (REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed)
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A leading rights group warned Tuesday of shrinking press freedom in Pakistan's troubled southwest a month after a series of media outlets restricted activities following threats from militants.Journalists in Balochistan province said they were approached earlier this year by intelligence agencies who asked them to stop publishing statements by Baloch separatist groups.Rights groups say activists and journalists often find themselves caught between the security establishment and militant groups.
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