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Families of Er and Dağ appeal to international community  0

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Abdurrahman Er and Mazlum Dağ were sentenced to death on 11 February 2020 by the Second Hall of the Erbil Criminal Court in the Autonomous Region of Iraqi Kurdistan . Their parents spoke to GR about the latest situation of their sons

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Executions of Ramin Hossein Panahi “Unlawful and Unjust”

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The Centre for Human Rights in Iran has issued a statement (September 10) calling the execution of Kurdish activist Ramin Hossein Panahi and the two other Kurdish prisoners “unlawful and unjust”

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Iran’s Judiciary Threatens Executions for Economic ‘Crimes’

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Following the execution of 3 Kurdish activists by Iran on Saturday 8th, here is Human Rights Watch’s August 10 look at the regime’s increasing dependence on the death penalty to address issues within Iranian society

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The Death Penalty For Drug-Related Offences

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33 countries or territories continue to impose the death penalty for drug-related offences, resulting in approximately 1,000 executions annually. Drug-related offences account for the majority of executions carried out in some countries and are mandatorily punished by death in a number of States

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Ashraf Fayadh’s Death Sentence Repealed; New Ruling Sentences Poet to 8 Years, 800 Lashes

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Post Views: 28 The appeal of Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh — who was facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia — was heard today: The higher court reversed the previous death-sentence ruling and replaced it with eight years, eight hundred

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