Khalaf Dakheel is a 17-year old Yazidi refugee and journalist living in a camp in Iraqi Kurdistan. A writer for the National Discourse with his work having featured in the Jerusalem Post, he often reports on conditions within the camp and life for its Yazidi residents. I spoke to him about his work and hopes for the future.
UK coverage of what has happened to the Yazidis is limited. What can you tell us about your community?
Alan Shadrake is a British journalist, and author of 'Once a Jolly Hangman' -an investigative book on Singapore's judicial system and enforcement of the death penalty. We had the opportunity to speak with Mr. Shadrake and have heard in-depth of his experiences in a Singaporean jail, and raises key questions about the future of Singapore's judicial system.
My interest in the death penalty began in the UK in the late 1950s when...