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A Mercy vigil held in Melbourne for Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.

Hannah Kent: why I oppose the death penalty

Award winning author Hannah Kent wrote her first book Burial Rites as a fictionalised account of the last days of Agnes Magnusdottir, a servant beheaded in Iceland in 1828 for her alleged role in a double murder.
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Bali 9 prisoner Myuran Sukumaran's mother Raji Sukumaran

Bali nine mother desperate to stop the execution of her son

The execution of two Australians from the Bali Nine appears imminent as Indonesia announces plans to send six people on drugs charges to a firing squad this weekend. In what has been described as an ominous statement, officials have said convicted masterminds Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be executed once both have had their […]
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Bali 9 member Scott Rush and fiance Nikki Butler

Blai 9 member Scott Rush plans to marry London banker

It’s the most improbable romance – a high-flying London banker and a convicted drug mule serving a life sentence in a Bali prison. But Bali Nine drug smuggler Scott Rush, 28, and his wealthy British fiancée Nikki Butler, 38, have spoken out about their love for one another. “I don’t want to be with anyone […]
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Renae Lawrence: 'I'm afraid to come home'

Renae Lawrence: ‘I’m afraid to come home’

For the eight years she has been in Kerobokan prison, convicted drug mule Renae Lawrence has been mostly ignored, her plight overshadowed by that of fellow inmate, Schapelle Corby. But, when The Weekly visited her, it was to discover a young woman ashamed of what she’s done, embarrassed for her family — and terrified to […]
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Renae Lawrence on life in prison, Schapelle and why she's scared to come home

Renae Lawrence on life in prison, Schapelle and why she’s scared to come home

Last month, Australian Women’s Weekly News Editor Bryce Corbett travelled to Bali to meet with convicted drug smuggler and Bali 9 member, Renae Lawrence in Kerobokan Prison. This is an edited transcript of that interview: How are you coping? Alright I suppose. I still wake up every morning and think: “Wow, I am still here. […]
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