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Rights Watch | 20 January 2023

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14-Year-Old Girl Found Strangled and Thrown in Graveyard in Changa Manga The police in Changa Manga recovered the body of a 14-year-old girl, Fiza, who...

229 people were killed in the name of honor in Swat in 7 years

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According to an organization working in Swat, 229 people were killed in the name of 'honour' in the last seven years. Among those killed, 211 were women while 18 were men.

229 people were killed in the name of honor in Swat in 7 years

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According to an organization working in Swat, 229 people were killed in the name of 'honour' in the last seven years. Among those killed, 211 were women while 18 were men.

Rights Watch | 10 January 2023

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Accused arrested for sharing objectionable photos and videos of woman on social media FIA Cyber Crime Circle in Lahore makes an arrest of Kabir Haider...

Rights Watch | 9 January 2023

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Woman killed by in-laws in Lahore following alleged torture and poisoning A woman was killed by her in-laws in Nishtar Colony, Lahore, according to police...

Missing Christian teenage girl found dead

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A missing teenage Christian girl was found dead in a canal in Kamalia, 60 km away from her hometown of Samundari, Faisalabad. The girl was reported missing along with her father 10 days ago. The investigation is still underway.

Rights Watch | 2 January 2023

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6 lakh Dalits held in bonded labour in Sindh Mirpurkhas: Approximately 600,000 Dalits in Sindh are suffering forced labor by landowners, according to the Scheduled...

Fifty Rupees, and Scarred for Life

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By Xari Jalil: At present, the sale of acid is dealt with under the British drafted Poisons Ac, 1919, It deals with the import, possession and sale of poisons as a whole. It extends to the whole of Pakistan and is a federal act, but the law is weak.
Political will to curb gender-based crimes lacking

“Political will to curb gender-based crimes lacking”

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In a roundtable discussion organized by the YGA, stakeholders presented remedies to existing lacunae in the criminal justice system, and urged authorities to take an active approach to ending gender-based crimes.
Rights Watch | 28th June 2022

Rights Watch | 28th June 2022

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A polio worker and two police officers were killed when unidentified gunmen opened fire on them in North Waziristan's Datta Khel tehsil on Tuesday. A polio eradication campaign was launched in teh area on June 9 after 11 positive cases emerged this year.