A 16-year-old Pakistani girl has been killed for allegedly helping neighbour and her boyfriend elope.
The girl, Ambreen, was choked, injected with poison, tied to a van and then burned to death in Pakistan's northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, a report by CNN said on Friday.
The death was a so-called honor killing ordered by a tribal council after Ambreen's neighbour, Saima, had eloped with her boyfriend on the 22nd of April.
A 15-member tribal council, or Jirga, which investigated the elopement, ordered Ambreen to be killed.
The couple that eloped has been tracked and is in a safe place, the report said, citing the police.
Those arrested are set to be tried in an anti-terrorism court, the report added.
Around 1,100 women were killed by relatives in Pakistan last year, according to the country's independent Human Rights Commission.