A Sri Lankan newspaper vowed it would not be intimidated on Sunday after an investigative reporter survived an assassination bid, the latest in a string of attacks against the country's media.
Faraz Shauketaly, seen at a hospital in Colombo, on February 16, 2013. Gunmen shot and wounded Shauketaly near Sri Lanka's capital Colombo late Friday night, the latest in a string of attacks against media in the country.
Faraz Shauketaly, 54, from the privately owned Sunday Leader, was in intensive care at a Colombo hospital but making a "steady recovery" after a bullet was removed from his neck, hospital spokeswoman Pushpa Soysa told AFP.
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