Convention on the Rights of the Child

Iran President Under Scrutiny Over Juvenile Executions

By Babak Dehghanpisheh BEIRUT, April 13  – The case presented by the Iranian judiciary was simple: In the southern province of Fars, Fatemeh Salbehi suffocated her husband after drugging him, a capital crime in the Islamic Republic. What made the case controversial is that Salbehi was only 17, a minor by international legal standards, when

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