A mother suspected of killing her pregnant daughter for marrying against the wishes of her family has been arrested by police in Pakistan.
Pakistani senator Hafiz Hamdullah denies alleged attack on Marvi Sirmed
‘If a woman doesn’t respond to advice … after you’ve used all the options, what should be done?’
A social media campaign has begun demanding justice
The British Government said it had opposed the death penalty with the Pakistani government 'at the highest level'
Khan is only allowed to express his Pakistani identity in public because he’s ‘made it’. But working-class Muslims have not earned that same right to freedom of expression
Television channels and radio stations must comply to new rules or face legal action, despite Government concerns over a growing population
Saima Mehmood, 21, needed emergency treatment for her face and chest
The poor woman was lured to an offender’s house with the promise of charity
His death will be a blow to friends in the Pakistani military and security establishment and the start of a renewed US engagement in Afghanistan – a war which President Obama had pledged to end
Ayad Akhtar's The Invisible Hand, at the Tricycle Theatre in London, tells the story of a kidnapped American banker
The South African will prepare his side to take on England this summer and look to improve his image after his unceremonious sacking as Australia coach ahead of the 2013 Ashes series
'I am an Egyptian, Muslim woman who waited until she was 29 to have sex and has been making up for lost time,' says Mona Eltahawy
'London has risen above discrimination and bigotry and emerged as great centre of human civilisation setting a great example for the world'
The owner said he mixed poison with the sweets to 'teach his brother a lesson'