Mohammad Iqbal, right, husband of Farzana Parveen, 25, sits in an ambulance next to the body of his pregnant wife who was stoned to death by her own family, in Lahore, Pakistan, Tuesday, May 27, 2014. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
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The brazen, brutal nature of the killing, in broad daylight in the centre of Pakistan's second largest city, has triggered outrage around the world.Now Parveen's husband Mohammad Iqbal, 45, has admitted killing his first wife.Zulfiqar Hameed, a senior police officer investigating the killing of Parveen, said police would be filing a report to the government later on tonight detailing Iqbal's past.Last year 869 women died in so-called "honour killings" according to the independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
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