'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'
At least 13 members of the traditional tribal council known as the jirga are being held over the killing
Murtaza Ahmadi’s father received a call from a local gangster who thought the family had received money from Messi and wanted a share
Police suspect the confectionery contained pesticides
Mr Jalal believes he has been targeted with five drone strikes in Waziristan since 2010
The Labour candidate for Mayor of London said 'there is a question to be asked about what is going on in those homes'
'Women face a lot of stigmatisation and ridicule for menstruation, something they have no control over,' says student Mavera Rahim
A law aiming to protect women and punish abusers has met stiff resistance
Nearly 1,100 women were killed in Pakistan last year by relatives who believed they had dishonoured their families, according to a recent report.
Safraz Ahmed keep his wife isolated by locking her inside the house and humiliated her by forcing her to wash in the garden
The green and white colour scheme pictured was intended to represent a rugby pitch nine years ago
In recent weeks, Pakistan's Islamist parties have threatened demonstrations to protest what they say is the Prime Minister's pro-Western stance
The Taliban, which operates by stealth, and thousands of highly visible crowds are both destabilising Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s power base - and their common enemy is the country's Christians
At least 70 people were killed in a suicide bomb attack in Lahore on Easter Sunday targeting Christians
The Pakistan-born activist was shot by the Taliban in 2012