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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.

Violence rises in Swat Valley again

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Hundreds protest in Swat valley against the rise of violent militancy in the city after a school bus driver was killed and a female student injured on Monday.

‘Honour’ killing: Man sets fire to pregnant wife

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In yet another heinous case of ‘honour’ killing, a man along with his father doused kerosene on his pregnant wife and set her on fire in Gujrat. Both father and son have been arrested.

‘Another painful reminder of women’s lack of safety in public places’

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in the aftermath of the terrible incident of harassment and assault at the Greater Iqbal Park, rights organizations have condemned the incident.

Pakistan on UN list for discriminating against Ahmadi community

UN experts have expressed their deep concern over the lack of attention to rights violations perpetrated against Ahmadiyyas.

More firing in Gilgit as arrests made In Naltar incident

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March 27th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz & Hassan Raza; LAHORE/Gilgit City; 2 people were injured in yet another incident of firing in GB, today. As police announced arrests of several culprits in relation to the Naltar Incident. GB govt announces cancellation of govt exams in light of the prevailing security situation.

PFUJ condemns mob attack on Geo’s Karachi office

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The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) have condemned the attack on Geo TV in Karachi, when on Sunday a mob ransacked the channel's office over alleged ethnic slurs made by a host in a satire show against the Sindhi community.

Rani Bibi: Condemned to be Free

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Rani was arrested and charged with the murder of her husband. Even though the police found no physical evidence connecting her to the crime, she was still arrested and even convicted. The only reasons given were that she was last seen with her husband before his disappearance. Not only did the legal system pin the crime of murder on a minor girl and jailed her for so long, it also ignored her appeals.
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Rights Watch | 04th August 2020

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Honour killing scourge in Malir: The father of Sumaira Akram Khan, 20, reported to police that his son had murdered both his daughter and her husband Zahid, 21 for marrying of their free will in Malir, Karachi. Acting upon the father’s ...