Just a quick pointer. Zohra Yusuf's column in The Express Tribune, "A dangerous country for journalists," deserves a link from CPJ. Yusuf is a former vice chair of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan. From the piece:
Iraq and Afghanistan may be undergoing insurgencies more serious than those in Pakistan, but it is this country that has become the most dangerous place for media personnel. The annual report of the Committee for Protection of Journalists (CPJ) identifies Pakistan as the "world's deadliest country for the press in 2010." According to the CPJ, eight journalists were killed in the line of duty.
You can read the full article here.