Monday, May 27, 2013

Mother and two daughters dumped in Nile were 'murdered in honour killings by 10 male relatives who believed they were having affairs'

A mother and two daughters were allegedly killed by ten male relatives who believed they were having affairs.

The men are believed to have strangled their relatives in southern Egypt.

A body was found floating in the river Nile, near the town of Esna, close to the ancient city of Luxor.

It has been reported that the men used sharp tools to beat the three women in attacks that were meant to protect their family's honour.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2331229/Honour-Killings-Mother-daughters-dumped-Nile-murdered-honour-killings-10-male-relatives-believed-having-affairs.html