A row over the religious conversion of a teenager girl has sparked clashes in the Chitral region in north west Pakistan.
The adolescent, named as Rina, is from the Kalash minority, a tribe which worships several gods and goddesses.
She converted to Islam before this week, but clashes erupted on Thursday amid a row over whether she’d afterwards given up Islam, and whether she had been forced to convert.
Her home was attacked by dozens with stone and sticks before being dispersed.
Before taking Rina into a safe area in central Chitral from her residence in Kalash Valley authorities were forced into the air to break the crowd up.