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Saudi Arabia: 151 executed this year in highest recorded toll in nearly two decades | Amnesty International


Saudi Arabia: 151 executed this year in highest recorded toll in nearly two decades | Amnesty International: So far in 2015, on average, one person has been executed every other day. Annual execution tolls for Saudi Arabia in recent years have rarely exceeded 90 for the entire year. The latest execution took place on 9 November.

“The Saudi Arabian authorities appear intent on continuing a bloody execution spree which has seen at least 151 people put to death so far this year - an average of one person every two days,” said James Lynch, Deputy Director at Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Programme.

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