Friday 25 July 2014
death penalty

Saudi royal faces death penalty for murder

A Saudi prince who murdered a fellow Saudi may be executed, a newspaper reported on Sunday, in a rare example of a member of the kingdom's ruling family facing the death penalty. The English-language Arab News did not name the


Bahrain's tough anti-terror laws backed

Top Bahrain community figures yesterday backed urgently passed laws that could see people convicted of carrying out fatal bomb attacks given the death penalty, said a report.   The punishment was included in two


Pakistan brings back death penalty

Pakistan's new government, trying to appear determined to rein in escalating crime and militancy, has ended a ban on the death penalty, in a move condemned by international organizations as inhuman and retrograde. Up to 8,000


Saudi, Iraq sign prisoners deal

Iraq has agreed to repatriate Saudi prisoners who fought alongside Islamist insurgents against US-led forces under a deal that signals further improvement of relations between the two major Arab countries. The prisoner exchange deal comes


Man gets death for killing Bahrain policeman

A 21-year-old Bahraini has been sentenced to death for killing a policeman in Sitra area of the kingdom during the unrest. Ali Yousif Abdulwahab Al Taweel was convicted of the crime at the National Safety Court on Thursday. His acc

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