In just one month, Iraq has been rocked by the deaths of four women in what appear to be targeted attacks against outspoken and successful females. Two of those killed owned beauty parlours, a third was a human rights activist and a fourth was a model. Many Iraqis fear the deaths are part of a concerted effort to silence women who are challenging the country's conservative norms. Our correspondent reports.
A programme prepared by Rebecca Martin and James Vasina.