Cyril Almeida "informed" he is on Exit Control List, just days after scoop hinting at civilian-military leadership rift.
A prominent journalist has been put on Pakistan's Exit Control List after the respected Dawn newspaper published his scoop that appeared to confirm long suspected rumours of a rift between the country's civilian and military leaderships.
The Exit Control List is a system of border control maintained by the Pakistan government under an ordinance which allows it to bar people whose names appear on the list from leaving the country.
Cyril Almeida, Dawn's assistant editor, pointed via Twitter on Monday to his
Move comes after deal signed with the FARC rebel group - a pact that was narrowly rejected by voters in a referendum.
Colombian President, and freshly-crowned Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Juan Manuel Santos and the National Liberation Army (ELN) rebel group are to start peace talks, officials have said.
The negotiations with the 2,000-strong National Liberation Army (ELN) will start on October 27 in Ecuador's capital Quito, according to an agreement signed in Caracas by both sides under the auspices of Venezuela's government.
"We are a special nation that grows despite adversities," Santos said in a speech after the announcement.
South Korean firm - the world's top smartphone maker - says it is halting sales after multiple fire incidents.
Samsung has halted sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and told owners to switch them off while it investigates more reports of the flagship phones bursting into flames.
The world's top smartphone maker said on Tuesday it had asked all global carriers to stop sales of Note 7s and stop exchanging original devices for replacements, while it worked with regulators to look into the problem.
"Consumers with either an original Galaxy Note 7 or replacement Galaxy Note 7 device should