Daily Archives: 2015-11-15

Sombre reminder in wake of the devastating Paris attacks

By Derek Lim #prayforparis: A hashtag borne out of a collective moral outrage elucidated by a global populace in the wake of the devastating Paris attacks just a few hours ago. The physical hurt caused by these attacks can be contextualised very locally, represented by the many unfortunate deaths of innocents. But let us not forget the transcendental powers such attacks have — …

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Shopping for death row

By Rachel Zeng Working on Kho Jabing’s case hasn’t been a walk in the park. I would describe the days between 2 to 5 November as an intense week that ended with a glimmer of hope. Although his execution has been stayed, my mind can’t help but go back to the series of events that occurred in the evening of the day …

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