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  1. Brit beauty who died during Pakistan holiday 'was killed for marrying ...Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Daily Star

    Samia Shahid, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, mysteriously died during a trip to visit family members in the Punjab village of Pandori on Wednesday. An initial post-mortem found no signs of injury from violence, and she was buried buried in a village graveyard.

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  2. British beauty therapist who mysteriously died on holiday in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    British beauty therapist who mysteriously died on holiday in Pakistan 'was the victim of an honour killing for marrying outside her family' The husband of a British beauty therapist who died in Pakistan has claimed she was the victim of an 'honour killing' for marrying a man outside the family. Samia Shahid, 28, who was originally from Bradford, West Yorkshire, died while visiting relatives in her ancestral Punjab village of Pandori on Wednesday.

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  3. Qandeel Baloch murder: Killed Pakistani model's cousin surrenders to policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | India.com

    Islamabad, July 25: A cousin of murdered Pakistani social media sensation Qandeel Baloch on Monday turned himself over to police for investigation. Haq Nawaz surrendered himself to police at Dera Ghazi Khan in Punjab province as his involvement was suspected in Baloch's murder, Dawn online quoted a senior police official as saying.

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  4. Pricing dispute hits supply of TB drugs in PakistanRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Crofs Blogs

    Swiss pharmaceuticals firm Novartis AG said it has stopped making tuberculosis drugs in Pakistan in a dispute over pricing, prompting fears of a health crisis due to a shortage of drugs in a country with the world's fifth-highest TB rates. As in many developing countries, the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan sets prices for about 320 critical medicines.

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  5. 'Pakistan's Kim Kardashian' reportedly strangled to death in honour killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Iol.co.za

    Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch has been strangled to death in what appears to be an "honour killing", shocking the South Asian nation where she was viewed as a controversial figure. Baloch's raunchy social media photos - which have lead to some likening her to American reality television star Kim Kardashian-West - challenged social norms in Pakistan, a deeply conservative Muslim country where women are often repressed.

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  6. 'This girl fought': How a slain online sensation subverted Pakistan's male-dominated mediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | CBC News

    Qandeel Baloch was the picture of working-class Pakistan, coming from a poor family in the Punjab region, but unlike many others in her circumstances, she was fiercely unapologetic and used social media to stake out her identity in her own terms, as she did in this photo posted on Facebook. The death of Pakistani internet sensation Qandeel Baloch is raising questions about the extent to which her killing may have been the tragic fallout of a much larger attempt by a male-dominated media in that country to snuff out her provocative online persona.

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  7. Woman inspector to probe Pakistan model Qandeel's murderRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Newkerala.com

    Islamabad, July 20 : A female Pakistani police officer has been assigned to probe the murder of model Qandeel Baloch, officials said on Wednesday. Qandeel, a social media celebrity, was strangled to death on July 16, allegedly by her brother in the name of family honour, in Multan, Punjab province, Dawn online reported.

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  8. Pakistan bars family from 'forgiving' son for Qandeel Baloch's killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | The Times of India

    Pakistani authorities have barred the family of Qandeel Baloch, a murdered social media celebrity, from legally "forgiving" their son for strangling her, sources said, in a rare stand against the so-called practice of "honour killings". ISLAMABAD: Pakistani authorities have barred the family of a murdered social media celebrity from legally "forgiving" their son for strangling her, sources said, in a rare stand against the so-called practice of "honour killings".

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  9. Pakistan government bars social media star Qandeel Baloch's family from pardoning her brotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Mashable

    In an important step against honour killings, Pakistani authorities have barred the parents of slain social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch from forgiving their son for her murder. Currently, a loophole in the country's legal system permits the relatives of victims to forgive their assailants, often resulting in their acquittal.

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  10. Pakistan bars slain Qandeel's family from 'forgiving' son for honour killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Times of Oman

    Wasim, right, the brother of slain social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch, is escorted by police following his arrest for Qandeel's death in Multan early on July 17, 2016. AFP Wasim, right, the brother of slain social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch, is escorted by police following his arrest for Qandeel's death in Multan early on July 17, 2016.

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  11. Qandeel Baloch death: Family barred from - forgiving' son accused of murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | India.com

    Islamabad, July 19: In a first in its kind of decision, the Punjab provincial government of Pakistan has barred the family of deceased Qandeel Baloch from 'forgiving' their son accused of murder. In the conservative society of Pakistan, 'forgiveness' was often used as a tactic of preventing punitive action against those involved in honour killing cases.

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  12. Kidnapped Son of Top Judge in Pak Rescued by ArmyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Outlook

    The kidnapped son of the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court was rescued from the clutches of Pakistani Taliban by the military in an early morning raid in the restive northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, the third high-profile abduction case to be solved in recent months. Awais Ali Shah, a lawyer himself, was abducted last month from Karachi.

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  13. Brother 'proud' of killing star sisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | CNN

    The brother of Pakistani social media star, Qandeel Baloch, says he's proud he killed his sister, claiming he did it because "girls are born to stay home." The 25 year-old Qandeel was strangled Friday at her family home in the city of Multan in the Pakistani province of Punjab.

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  14. Pakistan bars family from 'forgiving' son for killing Qandeel BalochRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | The Times of India

    Pakistani authorities have barred the family of a murdered social media celebrity from legally "forgiving" their son for strangling her, sources said, in a rare stand against the so-called practice of "honour killings". ISLAMABAD: Pakistani authorities have barred the family of a murdered social media celebrity from legally "forgiving" their son for strangling her, sources said, in a rare stand against the so-called practice of "honour killings".

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  15. The murder of Qandeel Baloch lifts the lid on misogyny in PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | The Globe and Mail

    Shaista Aziz is a freelance journalist who has worked for the BBC, Al Jazeera and The Guardian. She writes about race, gender, and Islam.

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  16. Brother Of Pakistan's Qandeel Baloch: I'm 'Proud' Of Strangling My SisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | 5NEWSonline.com

    In this photograph taken on June 28, 2016, Pakistani social media celebrity, Qandeel Baloch arrives for a press conference in Lahore. Photo credit STR/AFP/Getty Images In this photograph taken on June 28, 2016, Pakistani social media celebrity, Qandeel Baloch arrives for a press conference in Lahore.

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  17. Brother and killer of Qandeel Baloch shows no remorse for his crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Al Bawaba

    Under Pakistan's penal code, honour killings are treated as murder. However, the law states that the family of the victim is allowed to compromise with the killer and get compensation.

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  18. Meanwhile in Pakistan: Not Islamic Brother Murders Sister for Being Wrong Kind of MuslimaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Jawa Report

    Secular liberal journalists with a sensitivity toward Islam get very reluctant to cover "honor killings," when Muslim men kill the women in their families for bringing "dishonor" on their name. On Saturday, USA Today reporter Nick Penzenstadler penned an article on a Pakistani social-media celebrity being strangled by her own brother.

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  19. Female Pakistani Internet Star Victim Of Honor KillingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Crooks and Liars

    Not too often do we hear of a woman in Pakistan posting pictures that one might see from American stars of social media. And that's because it is rare and it is not acceptable.

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  20. Social media star strangled by brotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    The brother of Pakistani social media star, Qandeel Baloch, says he's proud he killed his sister, claiming he did it because "girls are born to stay home." The 25 year-old Qandeel was strangled Friday at her family home in the city of Multan in the Pakistani province of Punjab.

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