Peshawar off limits to foreign correspondents

Sami Yousafzai has reported from the border region of Pakistan and Afghanistan since September 11, 2001. However, he says he’s never been in more danger. The Afghan journalist, who was attacked along with a Japanese journalist last week, spoke about safety from his hospital bed this week,

“I think divine intervention saved me. The gunman was less than a metre away from me,” an injured Sami told Daily Times at his hospital bed, recovering from bullet wounds in his chest, left arm and right hand…
“Peshawar will become off-limits to foreign journalists, as the enemy is unknown and you don’t know who wants to kill you. In such a situation, it is difficult for journalists to work,” Faizullah Jan, a lecturer in journalism at the Peshawar University, said. link