Arshad Sharif, a well-known Pakistani investigative journalist, was shot dead under mysterious circumstances while traveling in a vehicle on the Nairobi-Magadi highway in Kenya.
His death has caused outrage in Pakistan, where many believe he was targeted in a plot organized in his home country.
Kenya's police initially reported that the 49-year-old was shot in a case of mistaken identity.
Thousands gathered to mourn Sharif's death and attend his funeral in Islamabad, where he was buried on Thursday.
Opposition political party members attended the funeral, chanting "revolution" and carrying placards.
Arshad Sharif, a prominent Pakistani investigative journalist, was shot and killed in a moving vehicle on the Nairobi-Magadi highway in Kenya.
His death has caused outrage in Pakistan, with many believing he was targeted in a plot organized in his home country.
Kenya's police initially reported that Sharif was shot and killed in a case of mistaken identity.
However, his death has led to widespread protests and condemnation of Pakistan's military.
Thousands attended Sharif's funeral in Islamabad, where opponents of the current Pakistani government chanted "revolution" and carried placards.
Pakistan has sent investigators to Kenya to help with the inquiry into what took place.
Sharif's death has highlighted the dangers faced by journalists in Pakistan, where they are often targeted.
In light of his death, there have been calls for greater safety protections for journalists both in Pakistan and internationally.
While Kenya's police have maintained that Sharif's death was a case of mistaken identity, many in Pakistan remain skeptical.
Authorities in Pakistan have yet to comment on the allegations that they may have been involved in Sharif's death.
Regardless of the circumstances surrounding his death, Sharif's work as an investigative journalist has made him a hero in Pakistan, and his death has been widely mourned.