UK woman's death in Pakistan investigated after 'honour' killing ...

Police are investigating the death of a British woman in Pakistan after her husband claimed she was the victim of an “honour” killing for marrying a man from outside the family allegedly against her parents’ wishes. Samia Shahid, a beauty therapist from Bradford, died on Wednesday ...

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