Sheltering Pakistani Women Accused of Adultery
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Sheltering Pakistani Women Accused of Adultery

In Pakistan, women charged with adultery face the possibility of being sent to prison. New shelters are being opened to house the accused women, often for their own protection. Video: Mary Jordan/The Washington PostEditor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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