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Iranian Convict Faces Second Hanging

Iran's chief justice faced competing calls Thursday about whether to spare a convicted drug trafficker who was found alive at a morgue a day after being hanged. The prisoner, identified only as 37-year-old Alireza M., was pronounced dead by an attending doctor after initially being "put to death" at a government prison in northeastern Iran. But according to official state media, when the prisoner's family went to collect his body the following day he was found to still be ...

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