News24.com | 24 Bahais could face death penalty in Yemen - AmnestyTwenty-four Yemenis, including a teenage girl, could face the death penalty in the rebel-held capital Sanaa on charges linked to their minority Bahai faith, Amnesty International said.
Australian mother facing death penalty in US over stepdaughter's deathAustralian woman Lisa Cunningham has been charged by a US court with the murder of her stepdaughter as the result of abuse and faces the death penalty.
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Anthony Garcia sentenced to death
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Aust woman faces death penalty in USAustralian woman Lisa Cunningham has been charged by a US court with the murder of her stepdaughter as the result of abuse and faces the death penalty.
Gay rights: How they vary around the worldHomosexuality is still subject to the death penalty in many countries, particularly in the Middle East and Africa, while others allow gay marriage and adoption.
Saudi Arabia 'seeks death penalty for woman activist'Israa al-Ghomgham is believed to be the first Saudi woman who could face the death penalty for human rights-related work.
Malaysia court rules Kim Jong-nam assassination trial can proceedSiti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong could face the death penalty on charges of murdering Kim Jong-nam.
Bangladesh floats death penalty for road deaths in bid to quell protestsBangladesh has promised to introduce the death penalty for deliberate road deaths following a week of student protests.
Pope changes church stance on death penaltyChanging church teaching, Pope Francis says the death penalty can never be sanctioned because it "attacks" the inherent dignity of all humans.
Pope Francis shifts Catholic Church teaching on the death penaltyNew policy states capital punishment is always "inadmissible" because it "attacks" the inherent dignity of all humans.
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