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CLAAS condemns barbaric attack on Army Public school in Peshawar
CLAAS (centre for legal aid and settlement-UK) a human rights organisation strongly condemns the terrorist attack on the public Army school where 132 children and nine teachers were killed.  Nasir Saeed, Director CLAAS-UK, has said that this tragedy highlights the need for all political parties, institutions, and religious leaders to set aside their differences and work together to combat the growing issue of extremism in Pakistan.
Posted On: [17/12/2014 19:21:31]

Appeal against Aasia Bibi’s death penalty submitted to Supreme Court
Pakistani Christian woman Aasia Bibi has submitted an appeal against her death penalty to the Supreme Court. She was convicted under the country’s controversial blasphemy law in 2010, was sentenced to death.
Last month the High Court rejected Aasia’s appeal against her sentence. But an appeal against the decision was today submitted to the Supreme Court, her legal representative Saiful Malook confirmed.
Posted On: [24/11/2014 20:08:53]

Aasia Bibi’s husband asks Pakistan’s president to pardon his wife
Aasia Bibi’s husband Ashiq Masih has written an open letter asking the President of Pakistan, Mamnoon Hussain, to grant her a pardon. Aasia has been on death row since November 2010, and last month the High Court in Lahore confirmed her death sentence on appeal.
Posted On: [24/11/2014 11:54:04]