Aamir Latif began his journalism career in 1997 working for Pakistan Press International, an independent news agency. He has worked as the Karachi Bureau Chief of Pakistan’s biggest news agency, Online News Network, for past 10 years. Additionally, he worked in the investigation section of US News and World Report from 2001 to 2008, where he contributed to several investigative reports, including Saudi funding of Jihadi networks, U.S. efforts to win hearts and minds through dollars, and "Tracking Bin Laden." His reporting focuses on counterterrorism and security related issues. He has a masters degree in mass communication from University of Karachi, and diploma in media and public affairs from George Washington University Washington, D.C.