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The stoning of Farzana Parveen provoked media attention, but cases like hers rarely lead to perpetrators' imprisonment.
Can Pakistan's future be decided by more military-civilian wrestling or is joint action against extremism possible?
Ulema Council says so-called 'honour killings' are un-Islamic and sign of ignorance, ahead of June 5 meeting.
Ten people held by US forces at Afghanistan’s Bagram prison have been released into Pakistani government custody.
Karim Khan tells Al Jazeera he was blindfolded, handcuffed and tortured in basement for eight days by unidentified men.
Critics say controversial laws are ripe for misuse and abuse, with accusations often stemming from personal disputes.
Censorship of political content has no place in Pakistan's democracy, which guarantees freedom of expression.
All but one of six suspects freed in case of Mukhtaran Mai, who was gang-raped in the name of "honour".
Court in Lahore rules that Raymond Davis, held on charges of killing two men, should stand trial.
Raymond Davis, accused of murdering two men in Lahore, refuses to sign charge sheet, claiming diplomatic immunity.
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