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The dishonourable killing of Qandeel Baloch

A year and a baby after her arranged marriage, Baloch walked out of the relationship she said had become abusive. .

from the Guardian

'Honour' killings, hypocrisy, and the moral policing reserved only for women

from Reuters

Brother admits 'honor killing' of Pakistani social media star

Social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch, who was strangled in what appeared to be an ''honour killing,'' in Multan, Pakistan, is pictured in a selfie on her Facebook page. Qandeel Baloch/Facebook/via Reuters

from BBC News

Qandeel Baloch: Pakistan social media celebrity 'killed by brother'

Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch has been killed by her brother in an apparent 'honour killing' in the province of Punjab, police say. Ms Baloch, 26, recently caused controversy by posting controversial pictures of herself on social media, including one alongside a Muslim cleric. Police say she was strangled to death. Cases of women being killed for 'dishonouring' their family are commonplace in Pakistan.

from the Guardian

Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch killed by brother after friends' taunts – mother

Pakistani model Qandeel Baloch killed by brother after friends' taunts – mother | World news | The Guardian

Qandeel Baloch: Brother indicted for murder

Qandeel Baloch’s case is interesting because her father denounced his son for murdering his sister but he is still a supporter of the violence that led to her death. People in her community commit these honor killings (Ch.2) because they are actually afraid of female sexuality which is a problem that is evident in many cultures worldwide. It is frightening that even the police condone this kind of behavior if they believe it was done to preserve honor.

from BBC News

The naming and shaming of a sex symbol

How social media star Qandeel Baloch was unmasked by the media, ahead of her brutal murder. The third of three episodes.