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Pope: no to death penalty and to inhuman prison conditions

Pope Francis: no to death penalty and to inhuman prison conditions.

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Sudan: A Christian woman sentenced to death for apostasy

A pregnant woman has been sentenced to death by hanging in Sudan for “apostasy” because she refused to recant her Christian religion.

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Egyptian court sentences 683 more to death

An Egyptian court has sentenced 683 people to death in another mass trial against alleged rioters accused of murder and attempted murder of several police officers in Minya. Mohammed Badie, the supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, is among them.

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Death penalty 2013: Small number of countries trigger global spike in executions | Amnesty International

Death penalty 2013: Small number of countries trigger global spike in executions | Amnesty International.

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Egypt mass death sentences

The criminal court in Minya, Egypt sentenced 529 people to death, possibly the largest mass death sentence in recent years anywhere, in a trial lacking basic due process protections, said Human Rights Watch in a press release.

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Concern about nine young defectors sent back from Laos via China to North Korea

Nine North-Korean defectors, aged 15 to 23, entered Laos through China on May 9 and were caught by Laotian authorities on May 16. They were sent back home on Tuesday May 28 via China. Under North Korean law, defectors face a minimum of five years of hard labour and as much as life in prison or the death penalty in cases […]

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Link: Death penalty 2012: Despite setbacks, a death penalty-free world came closer

Death penalty 2012: Despite setbacks, a death penalty-free world came closer | Amnesty International.

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Less Money for a Death Row

I’m against the Death Penalty so the news about the canceling of project that would cost 365 million dollars to make bigger and “better” the Death Row in San Quentin, California is canceled is to me good news. Governor Brown thinks there are other priorities, like education, to spend that kind of money. good for […]

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a political orphan pro life

I was listening carefully the last presidential debate and realized what I knew already: I’m a political orphan pro life. I’m pro life because I believe that life is a gift from God that nobody has the right to take away. This is why I’m against the war also, above all that concept of the preemptive […]

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