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I Tracked Down Banaz 'Honour Killers'

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 10 July 2013

Banaz Mahmod was a young Kurdish woman. She was living in the UK but was murdered by her family in a so-called 'honour killing'. Matthew Bannister speaks to Caroline Goode, the detective who was determined to track down her killers, and the film-maker who made sure Banaz wasn't forgotten.

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(Picture: DCI Caroline Goode stands at Banaz Mahmod's grave. Credit: Still taken from 'Banaz: A Love Story" produced and directed by Deeyah of Fuuse Films)

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