The Ovi magazine today

Killing the death penalty by Asa Butcher

The death penalty has been a regular issue discussed among the Ovi team and there is never any harm in broaching the subject again, especially after this week’s news that an innocent man spent 26 years in prison.

Lev Semenovich Vygotsky: Thought, Language, and Children at Play by Emanuel L. Paparella
In 1958 an Italian translation of a novel written in the Soviet Union and suppressed there appeared in the West winning its author instant fame and recognition and the Nobel Prize for literature besides – the novel’s title is ‘Dr. Zhivago’.

Bloode’s Beastly Beckoning by Matt Williamson
The good Mr. Bloode bounded into his bakery, took out a clean apron, and wiped his hands upon a crisp white cloth.

Nunes Gallery: Graphics Exhibition by Alexandra Pereira
You are invited to an exhibition by Antti Jokinen, Pekka Litmanen and Taina de Carvalho (Graphics) opening on Tuesday April 22nd, 1700-1900.

Rice makes surprise visit to Iraq! by Thanos Kalamidas
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has made an unannounced visit to the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. She said she hoped to see further reconciliation of the various sectarian groups in Iraq.

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