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PRETORIA---Oscar Pistorius offered US$34,000
to the family of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp after
he killed her, but they rejected it because they did
not want "blood money," a prosecutor said yesterday
at the sentencing hearing for the double-amputee
Chief prosecutor Gerrie Nel also referred to separate
monthly payments of US$550 that Pistorius apparently
did make to Steenkamp s parents after they asked
for help. Nel said those would be paid back in full.
The revelations emerged while Nel was cross-
ISLAMABAD---Younis Khan, who threatened last
month to quit test cricket because he wasn t in Pak-
istan s limited-overs side, was picked yesterday for
the first Test against Australia in Dubai next week.
The 91-test batsman with an average of 51 was in
a 19-man squad that will be trimmed to 15 after a
four-day match between Pakistan A and Australia
ends in Sharjah on Saturday.
Khan escaped sanctions after criticizing the Pakistan
selectors for dropping him from the one-day inter-
national team, before it was swept 3-0 by Australia.
Khan remains keen to play in the Cricket World Cup.
Also in the squad was opening batsman Mohammad
Hafeez, who missed out on the ODI series due to a
hand injury, but was expected to be fit for the first
Opening batsman Khurram Manzoor was dropped
after scoring only 39 runs in the last test series against
Sri Lanka, which Pakistan lost 2-0.
Pakistan will also be without injured fast bowlers
Wahab Riaz and Junaid Khan.
The first of two Tests starts on October 22. (AP)
examining a social worker over what Pistorius pun-
ishment should be for shooting Steenkamp. The
social worker testified that Pistorius should be placed
under house arrest, rather than sent to prison, after
his conviction for culpable homicide, or negligent
Social worker Annette Vergeer, one of four witnesses
called by the defence, said South African jails are
violent and overcrowded and that the athlete would
be under duress because of his disability and fragile
mental state resulting from the night he fired four
times through a toilet door in his home, killing
Steenkamp. Pistorius testified he mistook her for an
intruder and denied prosecution assertions that he
shot her during an argument.
Additionally, Vergeer said, Pistorius---who in 2012
was the first amputee athlete to run at the Olympics---
has the potential to be a productive member of society
again. A sentence of house arrest and work at a school
for disabled children would be more appropriate, she
Prison "will not assist him but will break him as
a person," she said.
Prosecutor Nel challenged Vergeer, saying her
knowledge of the South African prison system was
limited and out of date. He also asked why she didn t
mention in her report on Pistorius that she knew
the family of the woman he killed turned down
Outside the courtroom, a lawyer for Steenkamp s
parents said they had asked him to contact Pistorius
attorneys weeks after the February 14, 2013 shooting
because they were struggling financially. Pistorius
offered them monthly payments and asked they be
kept confidential, Steenkamp lawyer Dup de Bruyn
Judge Thokozile Masipa found Pistorius, 27, not
guilty of murder, concluding he acted hastily and
with excessive force, but didn t intend to kill
Steenkamp, a 29-year-old model. The judge has wide
latitude when deciding on a sentence. Pistorius could
receive a fine and a suspended jail term or as many
as 15 years in prison. (AP)
offered cash after killing
Misbah-ul-Haq (captain), Ahmed Shehzad,
Mohammad Hafeez, Taufeeq Umar, Shan
Masood, Sami Aslam, Younis Khan, Asad Shafiq,
Azhar Ali, Harris Sohail, Mohammad Talha, Rahat
Ali, Imran Khan, Ehsan Adil, Attaullah, Sarfraz
Ahmed, Zulfiqar Babar, Yasir Shah, Raza Hassan.
Recent critic Khan in
Pakistan Test squad
rubs his eyes as he
sits in court as the
entered a second
day, Pretoria, South
Pistorius was being
portrayed as a
ahead of his
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