Rings Chart: Monday, 27 October 2008. Two Moments Within the Same 24 Hours.

Graphite, paper, encaustic wax, railroad tie. 2010.
Part of the permanent collection of the University of Texas School of Law

FIFA Under 17 Women's World Cup; 28 October 2008
Part of the first Women's World Cup Championships
New Zealand vs. Canada 0:1(0:0)
Match Report:
Auckland / North Harbour Stadium / NZL Time: 19:00 Att: 13,123

Tonja PAAVOLA (FIN) Asst. Ref 1:
Maaren OLANDER (EST) 4th Official
Anu JOKELA (FIN) Asst. Ref 2:
Heike ULLRICH (GER) Match Commissioner:
Vairani DAVIO (TAH) General Coordinator:
[15] Victoria ESSON (GK) [21] Genevieve RICHARD (GK)
[03] Rebecca BROWN (-54') [03] Bryanna McCARTHY (C)
[05] Briony FISHER (C) [06] Shelina ZADORSKY (-62')
[06] Bridgette ARMSTRONG [08] Caroline SZWED
[07] Caitlin CAMPBELL [09] Amy HARRISON
[08] Sarah McLAUGHLIN (-78') [10] Tiffany CAMERON (-78')
[09] Hannah WALL [11] Karli HEDLUND
[10] Annalie LONGO [12] Nkem EZURIKE (-69')
[11] Rosie WHITE [14] Rachel LAMARRE
[12] Claudia CRASBORN (-54') [16] Alexandra SMITH
[13] Nadia PEARL [20] Lauren GRANBERG

Somalia: Stoning to death of a 13-year old girl; 27 October 2008
"13-year-old Aisha Ibrahim Duhulow was killed on Monday, 27 October 2008, by a group of 50 men who stoned her to death in a stadium in the southern port of Kismayu, Somalia in front of around 1,000 spectators. She was accused of adultery in breach of Islamic law but, her father and other sources told Amnesty International that she had in fact been raped by three men, and had attempted to report this rape to the al-Shabab militia who control Kismayo, and it was this act that resulted in her being accused of adultery and detained. None of men she accused of rape were arrested.”
"Stoning" (or "lapidation") is "a form of capital punishment whereby a group throws stones at a person until the person dies. No individual among the group can be identified as the one who kills the subject. Stoning is slower than other forms of execution, and hence is a form of execution by torture.
Please help send a strong message that the brutal tradition of stoning will not be tolerated by the international community: www.stop-stoning.org