Pakistan hangs 'teen' convict despite protests from rights groups
Convicted killer Shafqat Hussain was hanged by Pakistan on Tuesday despite claims that he was under 18 when arrested and was tortured into confessing to a murder.
His family have said he was just 14.
The case sparked an international outcry with Hussein's lawyers saying school records showed he was a juvenile in 2004. That is when they claim he was burnt with cigarettes and had fingernails removed until he confessed to killing a child in Karachi.