Rise in Canadian ‘honour killings’ should not be ignored: expert

Shannon Proudfoot, Canwest News Service Published: Thursday, July 23, 2009

To cure honour killings 'cancer'

Tarek Fatah, National Post Published: Saturday, July 25, 2009

Ottawa man guilty in 'honour killings' of sister, fiance

OTTAWA - A "twisted sense of values'' led an Ottawa man to murder his sister and the man she loved, the judge in an honour killing trial said Saturday.

Honour killings trial begins

A court heard Thursday that Hasibullah Sadiqi shot his sister and her fiancee because he believed she had brought dishonour on his family by getting engaged without their father's consent.

Victim's family sues suspect in honor killing

STOCKTON - A man who awaits a murder trial on charges he gunned down his daughter's former lover now faces a wrongful death lawsuit in civil court seeking $15 million on grounds he caused the man's fa

Dr Mohammed Baobaid: Men must be part of the solution

A leading Yemeni academic, Dr Mohammed Baobaid was presented on 26 September with an Everyday Hero award by the Canadian Centre for Research and Education for Violence Against Women and Children (CRVA

Playing With Fire

Pair of female playwrights dare to explore cultural taboos in their native India

Oct 18, 2008 04:30 AM