From The Telegraph, with thanks to Nicolei:
The deaths and disappearances of more than 100 Asian women could be reopened to rule out the possibility of "honour killings". The suicide rate among Asian women aged 16 to 24 is almost three times that of the general population.
Experts fear 117 women who died over the past 10 years may have been killed or driven to take their own lives after being persecuted for bringing perceived "dishonour" on their families.
The issue is being examined at a conference in London where police and prosecutors will be encouraged to reopen previous cases.
The cases mostly involve families from South Asia, but also include families from the Middle East, Africa and eastern Europe.