1. Police: Pakistani man kills HIV positive wife in south  Thehour.com
  2. Pakistan: Husband murders HIV positive wife in Sindh after accusing her of having extra-marital affair  Times Now
  3. WHO delegation to visit Larkana for investigating HIV outbreak  ARY NEWS
  4. Pakistan Man Murders HIV Positive Wife As Outbreak Spreads Fear  NDTV News
  5. Pakistani man murders HIV positive wife in epidemic-hit Larkana  The News International
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KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) - Pakistan's police say they have arrested a man who killed his HIV-positive wife and hung her body from a tree in southern Sindh province, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus. Wednesday's incident took place in the town of Sikarpur, 75 kilometers (45 miles) northeast of Larkana district, which has been struck by an HIV epidemic. The outbreak was detected in March when increasing numbers of people began coming to a hospital. Local police chief Sajid Siddozai says the woman tested positive for HIV recently and her husband suspected she had sex with some other person. Police recently arrested a doctor to determine whether he intentionally spread the disease in Larkana, where authorities registered over 23,000 HIV cases in 2017.

Police: Pakistani man kills HIV positive wife in south - The Hour

Police said the murder took place in a village near the epicentre of the outbreak on the outskirts of Larkana city in Pakistan´s Sindh province, where thousands have been screened in the last month.Police said the murder took place in a village near the epicentre of the outbreak on the outskirts of Larkana city in Pakistan´s Sindh province, where thousands have been screened in the last month.

Pakistani man murders HIV positive wife in epidemic-hit Larkana | Pakistan | thenews.com.pk |

A Pakistani man killed his HIV positive wife Wednesday in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weeks, stirring panic and casting a light on the country's dismal public health standards.A Pakistani man killed his HIV positive wife Wednesday in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weeks, stirring panic and casting a light on the country's dismal public health standards.

Pakistani man murders HIV-positive wife after accusing her of having an affair

A man killed his HIV positive wife on Wednesday in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weeks, stirring panic and casting a light on the country's dismal public health standards.A man killed his HIV positive wife on Wednesday in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weeks, stirring panic and casting a light on the country's dismal public health standards.

Pakistan Man Murders HIV Positive Wife As Outbreak Spreads Fear

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World Health Organisation (WHO) delegation has held meeting with the Sindh health minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho, ARY News reported on Wednesday.World Health Organisation (WHO) delegation has held meeting with the Sindh health minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho, ARY News reported on Wednesday.

WHO delegation to visit Larkana for investigating HIV outbreak

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Pakistan News: A Pakistani man killed his HIV positive wife Wednesday in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weePakistan News: A Pakistani man killed his HIV positive wife Wednesday in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent wee

Pakistan man murders HIV positive wife in epidemic-hit south - Times of India

Pakistan news: The husband strangled his wife with a rope and then hung her from a tree outside his home.Pakistan news: The husband strangled his wife with a rope and then hung her from a tree outside his home.

So far more than 600 HIV cases have been identified.So far more than 600 HIV cases have been identified.

WHO team in Pakistan to probe HIV outbreak among children - Khaleej Times

The victim — a 32-year-old mother of four — tested positive in recent days, according to a local police officer, with her husband accusing her of having an extramarital affair.The victim — a 32-year-old mother of four — tested positive in recent days, according to a local police officer, with her husband accusing her of having an extramarital affair.

Pakistan Man Murders HIV-Positive Wife in Epidemic-hit Sindh Province - News18

UNAIDS country director tells VOA more than 700 people have been diagnosed in less than a month, and 80% of them are children under 15 years oldUNAIDS country director tells VOA more than 700 people have been diagnosed in less than a month, and 80% of them are children under 15 years old

Pakistan Trying to Grapple With Its Biggest HIV Outbreak

KARACHI (AFP) - A Pakistani man killed his HIV positive wife on Wednesday (May 29) in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weeks, stirring panic and casting a light on the country's dismal public health standards.. Read more at straitstimes.com.South Asia News -KARACHI (AFP) - A Pakistani man killed his HIV positive wife on Wednesday (May 29) in southern Pakistan, where hundreds of people have tested positive for the virus in recent weeks,

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The HIV outbreak in Pakistan has attracted global attention to the two cities Ratodero and Larkana, even as the deadly virus continues to target young children.The HIV outbreak in Pakistan has attracted global attention to the two cities Ratodero and Larkana, even as the deadly virus continues to target young children.

Global health experts arrive in Pakistan to probe country's biggest HIV outbreak, children worst hit - World News

The Pakistan government has sought the help of the World Health Organisation (WHO) to probe the recent outbreak of HIV in the country’s Sindh province, that has till now affected over 600 people, mostly children, according to a media report.The Pakistan government has sought the help of the World Health Organisation (WHO) to probe the recent outbreak of HIV in the country’s Sindh province, that has till now affected over 600 people, mostly children, according to a media report.

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Key tasks for the WHO-led team will include ascertaining the source of the HIV outbreak and controlling itKey tasks for the WHO-led team will include ascertaining the source of the HIV outbreak and controlling it

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