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The nurses speak at a news conference on arrival in Sofia
BULGARIAN MEDICS PARDONED UPON RETURN

July 24, 2007: five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor were pardoned by President Georgi Parvanov upon their arrival in Sofia after spending 8 years in prison in Libya. The medics, who were sentenced to life in prison for allegedly contaminating children with the AIDS virus, were welcomed on the tarmac by family members.
Libya accused the six of deliberately infecting more than 400 Libyan children with HIV. Fifty of the children died. The medics, jailed since 1999, deny infecting the children and say their confessions were extracted under torture. French President Nicolas Sarkozy said neither France nor the EU paid any money to Libya for the medics' release. The deal for the medics' release included measures to improve the medical care of children with AIDS in Libya, the French presidential palace said, without giving details.
Bulgaria granted citizenship to the Palestinian doctor, Ashraf al-Hazouz, last month. (Sources: Guardian Unlimited, 24/07/2007)

PAKISTAN. MURDER CONVICT HANGED
IRAN CONFIRMS 2 KURDISH REPORTERS SENTENCED TO DEATH
BANGLADESH. 2 SENTENCED TO DEATH IN CHITTAGONG
IRAN. JAIL FOR JOURNALIST FOR DEFENDING DEATH ROW COLLEAGUES
LIBYA. NINE EGYPTIANS ESCAPE DEATH PENALTY AFTER BLOOD MONEY ACCEPTED
YEMEN. SIX EXECUTED FOR MURDER AND BANDITRY
JORDAN. KING COMMUTES DEATH SENTENCES OF SEVEN MILITANTS
CHINA. THREE SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR STEALING OIL
MORATORIUM. D'ALEMA, CONSENSUS BY AT LEAST THE 27 EU COUNTRIES
INDIA. ’93 BLASTS: 3 MORE GET DEATH PENALTY
RWANDA. LAW ENDING DEATH PENALTY COMES INTO FORCE
PAKISTAN. PRISON OFFICIALS RAISE MONEY FOR DEATH ROW INMATES
IRAN. TEEN SET TO ESCAPE EXECUTION
YEMEN. CHILDREN PLEAD FOR CANCELLING DEATH PENALTY
BANGLADESH. 12 SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR MURDER
IRAN HANGS MAN FOR MURDER
PAKISTAN. FIVE HANGED FOR MURDER
NORTH KOREA. SLOGAN TREE SMUGGLER PUBLICLY EXECUTED
IRAN SAYS 16 CRIMINALS HANGED
SAUDI ARABIA: SRI LANKAN MAID WINS REPRIEVE FROM DEATH PENALTY
INDIA. ANOTHER DEATH SENTENCE IN MUMBAI BLASTS CASE
JAPAN. TOP COURT UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE FOR TOKYO GAS ATTACKER
IRAN. KURDISH JOURNALIST, ACTIVIST SENTENCED TO DEATH
LIBYA. THREE SENTENCED TO DEATH BY FIRING SQUAD
INDIA. PROPOSAL- DEATH FOR COERCING KIDS INTO ILLEGAL ACTS
FLORIDA ENDS SEVEN-MONTH MORATORIUM ON EXECUTIONS
LIBYA LIFTS EXECUTION FOR HIV MEDICS AFTER PAYMENTS TO FAMILIES OF INFECTED CHILDREN
CHINESE MAN GETS DEATH FOR SLAVERY SCANDAL
INDIA. THREE DEATH SENTENCES FOR 1993 MUMBAI BLAST
TEXAS SIGNS OFF ON STRICT CHILD PREDATION BILL

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