Saadia Sehar Haidari
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She has worked with various organizations including Nikhar, a local Urdu weekly, the INP news agency, UNICEF and the Xinhua News Agency. As of September 2016[update], Haidari worked for Geo Independent Media.
Haidari’s husband Aziz was a photojournalist who joined Reuters in November 1991 as a correspondent and photographer. In November 2001, he traveled from Pakistan to the Jalalabad province to cover the American invasion of Afghanistan. He set out for Kabul as part of a 28-car convoy of journalists. Three of the cars in the convoy were ambushed by Taliban members. Aziz was killed along with three other foreign journalists.
After the death of her husband, and as a single mother, Haidari has worked to become a prominent photojournalist in the Pakistan over the past decade.
Her grandfather, Mohammad Bakhsh Bhatti, was a photographer in Pakistan.
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- "First female video journalist gets Press Freedom Award". The Nation. October 4, 2011. Retrieved 15 July 2017.
- "Saadia's story". Retrieved 5 September 2016.
- "Saadia Sehar Haidari". Retrieved 5 September 2016.