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Iran hangs woman in defiance of international campaign

A picture taken on December 15, 2008 at a court in Tehran shows Reyhaneh Jabbari speaking in her defence during her trial for the murder of a former intelligence official

Tehran (AFP) – Iran executed Saturday a 26-year-old woman who had spent five years on death row for the murder of a former intelligence official, defying international pressure to spare her life.

Reyhaneh Jabbari was hanged at dawn, the official IRNA news agency quoted the Tehran prosecutor’s office as saying.

A message posted on the homepage of a Facebook campaign that was set up to try to save her, but which now states “Rest in Peace,” confirmed the report.

Amnesty International said in a statement issued late Friday that Jabbari, an interior designer, was due to be executed for the 2007 stabbing of Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi.

A UN human rights monitor had said the killing of Sarbandi was an act of self-defence after he tried to sexually assault Jabbari, and that her trial in 2009 had been deeply flawed.

Iranian actors and other prominent figures had appealed for a stay of execution, echoing similar calls in the West.

Efforts for clemency had intensified in recent weeks. Jabbari’s mother was allowed to visit her for one hour on Friday, Amnesty said, a custom that tends to precede executions in Iran.

According to the United Nations, more than 250 people have been executed in Iran since the beginning of 2014.

The UN and international rights groups had said Jabbari’s confession was obtained under intense pressure and threats from Iranian prosecutors, and she should have had a retrial.

Ahmed Shaheed, the UN’s human rights rapporteur on Iran, said in April that Sarbandi had offered to hire Jabbari to redesign his office and took her to an apartment where he sexually abused her.

However, Sarbandi’s family insists that the murder was premeditated and that Jabbari had confessed to buying a knife two days before the killing.

According to Jalal Sarbandi, the victim’s eldest son, Jabbari testified that a man was present in the apartment where his father was killed  “but she refuses to reveal his identity”.

He told Shargh and Etemad, two of Iran’s reformist daily newspapers, in April that his family “would not even contemplate mercy until truth is unearthed.”

“Only when her true intentions are exposed and she tells the truth about her accomplice and what really went down will we be prepared to grant mercy,” he said at the time.

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Momentum building on pan-Pacific trade deal

Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb (L) and US Trade Representative Mike Froman attend the talks as part of the negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, in Sydney, on October 25, 2014

Sydney (AFP) – Momentum is building towards a pan-Pacific trade agreement, representatives of Australia and the United States said Saturday as talks between trade ministers began in Sydney.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which would encompass 40 percent of the global economy and include 12 nations, has been the subject of negotiations for years.

US President Barack Obama said in June he hoped to have an agreement on framing the deal, which has been slowed by debate on key details between the US and Japan, by November.

Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb, hosting the Sydney talks, told the opening plenary that reports from negotiators were that “there does seem to be a real head of steam”.

“I think a lot of progress has been made,” he said.

“Clearly I think we are working now to try and conclude this agreement by the end of this year.”

Robb admitted trade ministers had a “very big programme” during the three-day talks, which attracted a small group protesting against the “secret deal”.

“I do think this agreement is starting to take some real shape,” Robb said. 

“We are at a point where we are trying to make as many final decisions as we can and bring this thing to completion.”

US Trade Representative Mike Froman said since the last TPP meeting in Singapore in May, trade ministers had been in “almost constant” negotiations.

“Going into this weekend we are enjoying a great deal of momentum and focus across the board, and it’s up to us to seize that momentum and make sure that this meeting is maximally productive,” he said.

The negotiations had been slowed while the United States and Tokyo debate key details, including Japanese tariffs on agricultural imports and US access to Japan’s auto market.

“The issues left at the end are often times the most challenging but now is the time to start working through those and finding solutions,” Froman said. 

“We’ve got some work to do and the table is set in a way that will allow us to make progress on these difficult remaining issues.”

- ‘Within our grasp’ -

Froman said there was now an opportunity to narrow differences ahead of leaders meetings in Asia in coming weeks. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum in Beijing and G20 summit in Brisbane will both take place next month.

“It’s very much within our grasp,” he said.

Proponents of the TPP say any agreement will free up trade in goods and services across the region, reduce regulation and improve opportunities for jobs and for members generally.

But critics say the pact will favour corporate rights over those of the public, and could result in higher medicine prices, greater damage to the environment and fewer Internet freedoms.

They have also criticised the lack of details about the talks, which Australia joined in 2008.

Ahead of the meeting, Robb dismissed the criticisms and said the biggest risk was for the TPP to be stalled.

“Every country’s got its sensitivities, as we do, and the biggest risk is that those things prevent this agreement being concluded,” he told the ABC.

“Now, this weekend, three days of more consultations, hopefully will move us to a point where this thing can be completed sometime next year for the benefit of the region.”

The 12 prospective TPP members are Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam.

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We have our first canceled TV series of the fall season and it’s ABC’s “Manhattan Love Story.”

The rom-com followed two individuals (Jake McDorman and Analeigh Tipton) set up on a blind date. The twist? You could also hear everything going on in both individual’s head.

It was one two dozen new shows to premiere on network TV this fall.

We’re not surprised, but we had our money on NBC’s “Bad Judge” going first since it was plagued with behind-the-scenes issues.

“Manhattan Love Story” premiered to 4.7 million viewers. The latest episode had 2.6 million tune in to watch. The show went from having a 1.5 rating to a dismal .7 in the key 18-49 demo.

The show was becoming a rough lead-in for Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” which have slowly been decreasing since the season’s start.

The series has accrued a majority of poor reviews that suggested the two lead actors had little to no chemistry. The Hollywood Reporter’s Tim Goodman called it “sexist and stupid.” Most were annoyed with hearing the main character’s every thoughts.

Despite the cancellation, ABC has one of the strongest lineups right now with the fall’s number one new drama series, “How to Get Away With Murder,” from Shonda Rhimes (“Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) and the number one new comedy, “Black-Ish.”

It’s pretty late in the year for the first TV show to get the axe. 

Entertainment Weekly reports that’s because TV execs have wanted to give more time to allow for DVR data to come in. EW also says the networks aren’t as confident in their midseason replacement series which isn’t a good sign.

SEE ALSO: The 17 best TV shows that were canceled

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