Pakistani police hunt attacker after 11 women stabbed in streets

Women in deeply conservative Pakistan have fought for their rights for years, in a patriarchal society where so-called 'honour' killings and attacks on women remain commonplace. – EPA pic, October 5, 2017.

PAKISTAN police today announced a reward of nearly US$5,000 (RM21,000) for information that could help them nab a serial attacker who has stabbed 11 women so far in the port megacity of Karachi.

The attacks began late last month when a man on a motorcycle began sporadically wounding women walking on streets in the eastern part of the sprawling city.

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