The murder of a young pregnant woman in Pakistan by her family earlier this year, pushed the issue of “honour killings” into the spotlight.
She was beaten to death for marrying without their consent – just one of 900 such killings last year.
Human rights groups say convictions are rare and stories of survival are almost non-existent.
But the BBC’s Amber Shamsi found one young woman who lived to tell her story.
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