Saudi Arabia plans to expand number of executioners
CWN - June 06, 2013
Faced with a shortage of executioners, the government of Saudi Arabia plans to begin carrying out the death penalty by firing squads rather than relying exclusively on beheadings.
There have been 40 legal executions in Saudi Arabia already this year. In 2012 there were 76 instances of capital punishment.
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