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May 08, 2019
Asia Bibi, Pakistani Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy after decade-long battle against death sentence, arrives in CanadaThough her daughters are believed to have already fled to Canada, Bibi's lawyer Saif ul Malook confirmed to BBC that she has already arrived in Canada, and her daughters are understood to have been granted asylum there.
Jan 30, 2019
Asia Bibi case: Over 90 members of hardline groups held in Pakistan for protesting court's decision to uphold blasphemy acquittalAsia Bibi, 47, is finally a free woman after all the legal impediments in her way came to an end on Tuesday, when the apex court threw out a petition seeking to review its verdict of acquitting the victim of a blasphemy charge
Jan 29, 2019
Pakistan SC upholds Aasia Bibi's acquittal in blasphemy case, asks petitioners if Islam allows punishment for those 'not guilty'Pakistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the review petition filed against the acquittal of a Christian woman who was on death row for eight years on charges of blasphemy. The apex court's decision in October to overturn the conviction of Aasia Bibi sparked nationwide protests and death threats from hardline groups.
Nov 24, 2018
Pakistan police arrests TLP chief, over 100 party members for calling for protests against Asia Bibi's acquittalLast month, Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) disrupted daily life across Pakistan by staging widespread protests following Bibi's acquittal in a blasphemy case by the apex court.
Jul 26, 2018
Pakistan General Elections 2018: Imran Khan's PTI close to becoming single largest party but rigging charges persistThe PML-N and the PPP, both raised questions on the transparency of the vote counting process in Pakistan election, alleging their polling agents were not allowed to verify vote counts as is mandated by law
Jul 22, 2018
Pakistan General Election 2018: US concerned over participation of LeT-affiliated individuals in pollsThe US State Department has expressed its concern to Islamabad about allowing LeT-affiliated candidates to contest in the Pakistan General Election