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Sajid Baloch: Fears grow for Pakistani journalist missing in Sweden

Activists and journalists worldwide have criticized the Swedish government for its failure to find Sajid Baloch. The exiled journalist, who reported on Pakistan's human rights violations, had sought asylum in Sweden.

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