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There have been only 14 new HIV cases since July 2015.” She recalled a time when she was skeptical that a little boy she was babysitting was actually allergic to peanuts.D. according to a report in the Fertile Journal Braiden beat out 22 kids from 15 other states for the title in his divisionHe qualified for nationals earlier this year when he won first place at the Polk County Fair in JulyPolice have ruled out the possibility that Pakistani model and social media star Qandeel Baloch’s brother who murdered her on July 15 can evade punishment for the crime under a sharia-inspired law that allows victims’ family members to forgive killers A reportedly unrepentant Waseem Azeem 25 Baloch’s younger brother confessed during a press conference to drugging and strangling the 26-year-old while she slept at the family home in the city of Multan saying he did so because she brought “dishonor” to the family by posting pictures on Facebook that he considered “shameful” Under a controversial Pakistani law a victim’s family is permitted to forgive the killer which often leads to cases being settled with a payment of “blood money” This route is frequently used in cases of so-called “honor” killing where a woman is murdered for breaching patriarchal strictures for example by marrying a man of her own choosing According to Pakistan’s Human Rights Commission 1096 women were killed in this way last year although cases are likely underreported An anti-honor killing law is currently pending parliamentary approval In Baloch’s case the police on Monday took the unusual step of becoming the main complainant removing the option of a settlement within the family the Guardian reports Her father who has reportedly said he wants to pursue justice against Azeem his son was the initial complainant Baloch whose real name was Fauzia Azeem was a controversial figure in Pakistan where her risqué social media persona riled conservatives She was recently criticized for openly breaching Ramadan fasting rules and got a prominent cleric removed from a religious committee by posting selfies with him Mufti Abdul Qavi is under investigation over allegations leveled by members of Baloch’s family that he incited Azeem to commit the murder the Guardian reports [Guardian] Write to Simon Lewis at simon_daniellewis@timeasiacomUS Attorney General Loretta Lynch condemned a North Carolina law restricting transgender people’s use of bathrooms in strong language Monday comparing it to segregation In brief remarks before announcing the federal government would sue the state over the law known as HB2 Lynch a Greensboro native and the first African-American woman to serve as attorney general compared the bill to Jim Crow resistance to school desegregation and opposition to same-sex marriage “This action is about a great deal more than just bathrooms” she said “This is about the dignity and respect we accord our fellow citizens and the laws that we as a people and as a country have enacted to protect them indeed to protect all of us” Here is a transcript of her full remarks Good afternoon and thank you all for being here Today Im joined by [Vanita] Gupta head of the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice We are here to announce a significant law enforcement action regarding North Carolinas Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act also known as House Bill 2 The North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 2 in special session on March 23 of this year The bill sought to strike down an anti-discrimination provision in a recently-passed Charlotte North Carolina ordinance as well as to require transgender people in public agencies to use the bathrooms consistent with their sex as noted at birth rather than the bathrooms that fit their gender identity The bill was signed into law that same day In so doing the legislature and the governor placed North Carolina in direct opposition to federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex and gender identity More to the point they created state-sponsored discrimination against transgender individuals who simply seek to engage in the most private of functions in a place of safety and security a right taken for granted by most of us Last week our Civil Rights Division notified state officials that House Bill 2 violates federal civil rights laws We asked that they certify by the end of the day today that they would not comply with or implement House Bill 2s restriction on restroom access An extension was requested by North Carolina and was under active consideration But instead of replying to our offer or providing a certification this morning the state of North Carolina and its governor chose to respond by suing the Department of Justice As a result of their decisions we are now moving forward Today we are filing a federal civil rights lawsuit against the state of North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and the University of North Carolina We are seeking a court order declaring House Bill 2s restroom restriction impermissibly discriminatory as well as a statewide bar on its enforcement While the lawsuit currently seeks declaratory relief I want to note that we retain the option of curtailing federal funding to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and the University of North Carolina as this case proceeds This action is about a great deal more than just bathrooms This is about the dignity and respect we accord our fellow citizens and the laws that we as a people and as a country have enacted to protect them indeed to protect all of us And its about the founding ideals that have led this country haltingly but inexorably in the direction of fairness inclusion and equality for all Americans This is not the first time that we have seen discriminatory responses to historic moments of progress for our nation We saw it in the Jim Crow laws that followed the Emancipation Proclamation We saw it in fierce and widespread resistance to Brown v Board of Education And we saw it in the proliferation of state bans on same-sex unions intended to stifle any hope that gay and lesbian Americans might one day be afforded the right to marry That right of course is now recognized as a guarantee embedded in our Constitution and in the wake of that historic triumph we have seen bill after bill in state after state taking aim at the LGBT community Some of these responses reflect a recognizably human fear of the unknown and a discomfort with the uncertainty of change But this is not a time to act out of fear This is a time to summon our national virtues of inclusivity diversity compassion and open-mindedness What we must not do what we must never do is turn on our neighbors our family members our fellow Americans for something they cannot control and deny what makes them human This is why none of us can stand by when a state enters the business of legislating identity and insists that a person pretend to be something they are not or invents a problem that doesnt exist as a pretext for discrimination and harassment Let me speak now to the people of the great state the beautiful state my state of North Carolina Youve been told that this law protects vulnerable populations from harm but that just is not the case Instead what this law does is inflict further indignity on a population that has already suffered far more than its fair share This law provides no benefit to society all it does is harm innocent Americans Instead of turning away from our neighbors our friends our colleagues let us instead learn from our history and avoid repeating the mistakes of our past Let us reflect on the obvious but often neglected lesson that state-sanctioned discrimination never looks good in hindsight It was not so very long ago that states including North Carolina had signs above restrooms water fountains and on public accommodations keeping people out based upon a distinction without a difference We have moved beyond those dark days but not without pain and suffering and an ongoing fight to keep moving forward Let us write a different story this time Let us not act out of fear and misunderstanding but out of the values of inclusion diversity and regard for all that make our country great Let me also speak directly to the transgender community itself Some of you have lived freely for decades Others of you are still wondering how you can possibly live the lives you were born to lead But no matter how isolated or scared you may feel today the Department of Justice and the entire Obama Administration wants you to know that we see you; we stand with you; and we will do everything we can to protect you going forward Please know that history is on your side This country was founded on a promise of equal rights for all and we have always managed to move closer to that promise little by little one day at a time It may not be easy but well get there together I want to thank my colleagues in the Civil Rights Division who have devoted many hours to this case so far and who will devote many more to seeing it through At this time Id like to turn things over to Vanita Gupta whose determined leadership on this and so many other issues has been essential to the Justice Departments work Contact us at editors@timecom bicyclists and drivers to use caution when traveling around the city.the Vahini states. 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