A killer suspected of murdering eight girls has been sentenced to death amid calls for him to be executed in public by hanging and stoning.
Suspected serial killer Imran Ali, 24, was arrested by police in Pakistan after the rape and murder of Zainab Ansari, aged seven, sparked deadly protests.
He was found guilty of killing the youngster and detectives claim his DNA had linked him to the murders of eight girls.
Chilling CCTV showed Zainab being led away by her killer.
After an anti-terrorism court sentenced him to death on Saturday, Zainab's grief-stricken parents said he should be hanged and stoned in public.