Six men were sentenced to death, nine to life imprisonment, and eight juveniles were given jail terms ranging from two to five years.
At least 82 people have been murdered in Pakistan over allegations of blasphemy.
The Pakistani woman told the court she believes she was entrapped into a religious discussion on WhatsApp after rejecting a man’s advances.
The man didn’t know what a QR code was and believed it contained an Arabic inscription of the Prophet Muhammad’s name.
Police arrested 126 people, identifying some culprits from the selfies.
An investigation is underway after Lars Vilks died when the police car he was travelling in collided with a truck in southern Sweden, also killing two protection officers.
He was charged with blasphemy for allegedly urinating on a seminary carpet.
"It was not surprising that the majority of Pakistan chose to hail my father’s killer as a hero."
France came together on Wednesday to remember Samuel Paty.
The government has vowed to accelerate a crackdown on fundamentalists.
After the video was shared, protesters burned down his family home and his family disowned him.
#BoycottAmazon has started trending after the tech giant came under fire for hurting religious sentiments once again.