An anti-forced marriage charity is calling for a second serious case review to be held into the death of Shafilea Ahmed.
The Warrington schoolgirl was murdered by her parents in 2003.
The trial of her father Iftikhar Ahmed and mother Farzana Ahmed heard they tried to force her into a marriage she didn't want.
Karma Nirvana, which campaigns against forced marriages, is now calling for lessons to be learned from her death.
Andy Bonner reports.
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