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Our missing editor’s case

Prominent journalist and Chief Editor Balochistan Times Sajid Hussain has been missing from Uppsala, Sweden, since March 2 of this year. What is worrying is that the Swedish police have as of yet failed to make a breakthrough in the case even after a month of his disappearance. His family, …

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ساجد هُسئین سویڈنا بێگواه اِنت

بلۆچستان‌ٹایمزۓ سَرشۆنکار، بلۆچی زبانۓ لبزانت و انگرێزی زبانۓ نامیێن بلۆچ اهوالکار ساجد هُسئین چه 2 مارچا بێگواه اِنت. ساجدا 2007آ اهوالکاری  بندات کرتگ. پێسرا ڈئیلی ٹایمز و پدا گۆن دی نیوز انٹرنئیشنلا بندۆک بوتگ. ساجدۓ گۆن انگرێزی رۆتاکان اهوالکاریۓ اے سَپر تان 2012آ برجم بوتگ. ای نیاما ساجدا انگرێزی زبانا …

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Chief editor Sajid Hussain went missing in Sweden

The editorial board of the Balochistan Times has decided to share the deeply concerning news about the disappearance of our Chief Editor, Sajid Hussain. He has been missing from Uppsala, Sweden, since March 2, 2020. A formal case was filed with the Swedish police on March 3, 2020. As of …

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Two Balochistan-based human rights groups announce merger

Two Balochistan-based human rights groups on Sunday announced their merger. The decision came in the midst of escalating rights abuses in war-torn Balochistan where thousands of cases of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings have come to limelight since early 2000s. The Human Rights Council of Balochistan (HRCB) and the Baloch …

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Police crack down on medical students in Quetta

The police on Wednesday cracked down on the protesting medical students of the Bolan University of Medical and Health Sciences (BUMHS) who had gathered outside the Balochistan Assembly to ask the government for better conditions on the campus. They have been protesting for the last 40 days inside the university …

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The future of Omani Baloch, after Qaboos is gone

If the people of Makran, living both in Iran as well as in Pakistan, have ever truly loved a monarch, it was undeniably Sultan Qaboos of Oman. His framed portraits, especially the ones where he is wearing a military uniform, hang friendly in many mud homes of the arid and …

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Four Baloch women forcibly picked up since yesterday

Update: The four Baloch women forcibly disappeared by paramilitary FC personnel yesterday were handed over to the civilian Levies force earlier today. Awaran’s Levies officials released a photo of the women, claiming they were arrested for possession of arms and ammunition.   Pakistan’s security forces have reportedly whisked away at …

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