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Reyhaneh Jabbari: How media underplayed the story

By Abdul Hafees
Reyhaneh had confessed that a third person was with them at the time of the murder but she never revealed his name. What was his role in this murder? Both remain still unanswered. Quite interestingly, no one covered an objective, unbiased and two-sided crime report in this case.

Albert Camus on Death Penalty

By Mosarrap H. Khan
It is 1914. The French intellectual and novelist, Albert Camus’ father witnesses a public execution in Algeria. A farmhand was decapitated for killing a family, including the children, brutally and robbing the dead family. He comes back home feeling nauseated and sick.