| Demi Rose wears a metallic top covering only the essentials | | In a mini bikini Clarissa Molina celebrates her birthday on a yacht | | Age does not stop these Latinas from playing soccer | | Tropical Storm Ophelia strengthens and threatens the US East Coast | | Olivia Rodrigo occupies number 1 on the Billboard 200 list with her new album “Guts” | | Romance rumors arise between Odell Beckham Jr. and Kim Kardashian | | Top photos of Jailyne Ojeda that heated up Instagram | | Californians can now buy Narcan in pharmacies | | Flying taxis in Ohio, the new plan launched by Governor Mike DeWine | | Florida's governor suspended a councilman for corruption | | Clarissa Molina premiered her look and shared it with a sensual photo in front of the mirror | | Nadia Ferreira publishes unpublished photos of her pregnancy with Marc Anthony on Instagram | | Athenea del Castillo reiterates her support for Jennifer Hermoso, but.. | | Wearing a red microbikini Demi Rose shows off her curves in the middle of the desert | | Artificial Intelligence is leaving Iowa's rivers without water: what is happening? | | Demi Rose top 10 Best photos of in last three Months | | Get to know Simon Cowell's ex-mansion that has just been sold for a million dollars in Beverly Hills | | After leaving the hospital, Kourtney Kardashian shows off her pregnant belly | | Does Belinda agree with Christian Nodal? She calls herself toxic | | Yanet Garcia poses in profile and with string lingerie, showing off her spectacular figure | | Tragedy in Libya exceeds 6,000 dead, morgues reach their limit | | Karol G: translucent looks and show drive Anuel AA crazy at the MTV Video Music Awards 2023 | | Shakira arrived in gold Versace and hand in hand with Milan and Sasha to the MTV VMAs 2023 | | Ariana Grande got fed up with Botox and ‘fillers’. She told everything for Vogue | | Unpublished Paloma Cuevas confirms that she is still with Luis Miguel on her networks | | The New York medical examiner has identified the remains of two victims of the 9/11 attack | | Maripily Rivera and the 5 hot bikinis with which she raised the temperature on networks | | Yailin La Mas Viral shows off in a micro bikini and bathed in oil | | Ball boy goes viral due to an incredible mistake | | Biden heads to New Delhi to attend G20 as global tensions rise | | Georgina Rodriguez exudes sensuality in Venice with a ‘Pretty Woman’ |
Latest Photo News

Saudi Arabia executes five people after attack on place of worship

Time to Read: 2 minute
Saudi Arabia executes five people after attack on place of worship
Saudi Arabia executes five people after attack on place of worship
Khushbu Kumari

More than 1,000 executions have been recorded since King Salman came to power in 2015, according to organizations.

Saudi Arabia on Monday executed five men, four Saudis and one Egyptian, accused of attacking a place of worship, authorities announced.

This brings to 68 the number of executions since the start of the year in the kingdom, one of the countries that applies the death penalty the most in the world, according to the AFP news agency. For its part, the EFE news agency reports 59.

More than 1,000 executions have been recorded since King Salman came to power in 2015 and the rise of his son Mohammed, de facto leader of the kingdom, according to balance of the British organization Reprieve and the Euro-Saudi Organization for Human Rights published at the beginning of the year.

The five people were convicted of carrying out an attack that left five dead and several injured in the eastern part of the kingdom, the Saudi Interior Ministry said in a statement, without specifying the exact date or location. They were also found guilty of belonging to a “terrorist group.”

Since the beginning of May, more than 20 people have been executed for terrorism, the majority in the east of the country, a region mainly Shia.

Last year, Saudi Arabia executed 147 people, 81 of them on the same day, drawing international outcry.

In 2022, Amnesty International recorded at least 883 executions spread across 20 countries, representing an increase of 53% compared to 2021, when at least 579 executions were recorded.

Amnesty monitors the use that States make of this most extreme form of cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment in order to publicly point out the countries that continue to apply it and hold them accountable for it.

According to the organization, the countries that maintain the death penalty tend to affirm that it is a form of deterrent against crime. However, this position has been repeatedly discredited; there is no evidence to show that it is more effective than life imprisonment in reducing crime.

Read full article

Recent News:

About | Terms of use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy