An anti-drone activist and journalist from Pakistan is missing after being abducted from his home, his lawyer said Monday. Kareem Khan was seized from his home in Rawalpindi on the night of February 5th, according to attorney Shazad Akbar. He was picked up by 20 men, some of them dressed in police uniforms, Akbar said. “Kareem Khan was my first client in 2010 against US drone strikes in the tribal areas of Pakistan,” Shahzad told CNN Monday. Shahzad said he lodged a complaint with local police but they denied having picked him up. Khan hails from the tribal area of North Waziristan. He was due to travel to Europe this week to speak to German, Dutch and British parliamentarians about his personal experience with drone strikes, according to Reprieve, a UK-based charity that provides legal support to prisoners unable to pay for it themselves.