The tide has turned against capital punishment in America.
.!. On July 1, 2002 a Bashkirian Airlines passenger plane and a DHL cargo jet collided over the German countryside. Eyewitnesses reported seeing fire in the sky, a noise like thunder stirred the sleeping in their beds, and any desperate hopes for survivors were quickly abandoned. Seventy-one people lost their lives, most of them Russian …
Ten years after the deaths of Princess Diana, Dodi Al Fayed, and driver Henri Paul, a host of questions lingers. As a new inquest is set to begin, one writer refreshes our memory on just some of the oddities surrounding the incident, as well as on Diana’s amazing ability to influence the public – an ability that may have gotten her killed.
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Our columnist was in Amman on the night of the bombings. He records his observations from one of the hospitals that dealt with the dead and the injured.
The author argues that the blame in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal in Iraq must go beyond the soldiers in the photos. These soldiers “seem to be nothing more than average freaks who escaped from the Jerry Springer show to make a few bucks killing Arabs.”