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Pakistani family stand trial for 'honour killing'
A Pakistani family of four go on trial Thursday in connection with the "honour killing" of a 20-year-old woman who defied them by living with a Belgian and refusing an arranged marriage.
Sadia Sheikh, a Belgian law student of Pakistani origin, was shot dead by three bullets fired by her older brother Mudusar on October 22, 2007, when visiting her family who had pledged to patch up their quarrel.
Her parents and sister are accused of aiding and abetting the killing.
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