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Pakistan: Justice pour Mukhtaran Mai
Mukhtaran Mai, 33 ans, victime d'un viol collectif commis sur l'ordre du conseil tribal de son village, à la sortie de la Cour suprême du Pakistan qui a ordonné mardi l'arrestation des cinq coupables.
Pakistan: Pakistani court backs rape victim
Re-arrest ordered for men acquitted of gang attack.
Pakistan: Pakistan's moderates are beaten in public
'Teach the bitch a lesson. Strip her in public." As one of the police officers told me, these were the orders issued by their bosses.
Pakistan: Facing the awkward truth
Pakistan's obsession with its external image must not prevent coverage of its many problems.
Pakistan: Travel ban on rape victim lifted
The Pakistan government has lifted a foreign travel ban on the victim of a high profile gang rape, Mukhtar Mai. But Ms Mai has told the BBC that her passport has been confiscated so the move is meaningless.
Pakistan: Women's rights in Pakistan
The woman who dared to cry rape.
Pakistan: Crisis group condemns attack on Asma Jahangir
The International Crisis Group strongly condemns the brutal police attack on Asma Jahangir and other rights activists participating in a peaceful gathering in Lahore, Pakistan, on 14 May 2005.
Pakistan: Population planning and ulema’s role
A 3 day international conference on population and development has been held in Pakistan, attended by 54 ulema from 29 countries.
Pakistan: South Asia confronts trend of violence against women
Changing laws is the easy part, changing attitudes is something else.
Pakistan: Court awards hand of girl aged two to 40-year-old
Although village courts are illegal, they still hold a powerful sway in rural Pakistan, and verdicts that target the innocent - particularly women - are common.
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