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July 9, 2012
At least three people were killed and one left on a life-support machine when security forces opened fire on a peaceful demonstration in the city of Aden.
Amnesty in the News
July 9, 2012
Wall Street Journal

Singapore announced plans to amend laws that dictate a mandatory death penalty for drug traffickers.

Amnesty in the News
July 7, 2012
Associated Press

Elections in Libya are a first step to turn the page. But there exists a very real danger Libya could end up entrenching the same patterns of violations seen over the past four decades.

Amnesty in the News
July 7, 2012
Los Angeles Times

Recently, two men in a northeastern province were given rare death sentences for drinking, as part of the country's three-strikes law.

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