Why a father killed his daughter who was 'too western'


Every year 5,000 so-called honour killings - when a family murders one of its own members - take place around the world.

One of the most notorious cases in the West was that of Hina Saleem, who was killed in Italy by her father who claimed she had become too western.

The BBC has obtained access to an interview with Mohammed Saleem from his prison cell, to find out why he did it.

Duncan Kennedy reports.

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