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Civil Lines Police on Tuesday busted a gang of pedophiles and rescued a captive minor boy. According to the boy, he had been repeatedly gang-raped and filmed. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
A doctor from Lahore’s Jinnah Hospital was arrested by the FIA for drugging and filming inappropriate videos of female doctors and nurses. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
A rickshaw driver saved five children from abduction in Karachi’s Baldia Town when he alerted police to the suspicious behaviour of the man riding with them. For more news on human rights concerns, keep reading.
A female activist from Sindh's Khairpur district, Roshan Mehboob, was found dead under mysterious circumstances. Prior to her death, she had claimed she was receiving death threats.
A trial court once again acquitted three accused in the retrial of the 2008 Mazar-e-Quaid rape case. In May, the SHC had overturned their initial acquittal. In 2013, a judge held that DNA was not considered evidence under the Hudood laws.
A young man and woman were gunned down for ‘honour’ by the latter’s brothers in Swat’s Matta tehsil on Friday, after the accused spotted the victims walking together. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
Police have arrested a resident of Somar Goth in Steel Town, Karachi for raping a seven-year-old girl on Saturday. The suspect had reportedly snatched the girl as she slept.
An Islamabad court rejected the post-arrest bail pleas of two domestic workers facing charges of abetting Zahir Jaffer in Noor Mukadam’s murder. The court also rejected the request of Therapy Works' CEO to register a criminal case against Jaffer
Family and friends of the slain Noor Mukadam held a peaceful demonstration outside the IHC against the pre-arrest bail of prime accused Zahir Jaffer's abettors.
Police have apprehended a suspect for raping a young girl and her brother, filming the assaults and using the videos to blackmail them into letting him further molest them for six years.