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PAKISTAN: FOUR MORE SENT TO THE GALLOWS AFTER SCHOOL ATTACK

December 21, 2014: Pakistan executed four more militants after ending a six-year moratorium on the death penalty following a Taliban school attack that killed 149 people, officials said.
The hangings follow those of two convicted militants on Friday (December 19) after death warrants for the six men were signed the day before.
“Ghulam Sarwar, Rashid Tipu, Zubair Ahmed and Akhlaq Ahmed have been hanged for an assassination attempt on General Pervez Musharraf”, Pakistan's former leader, a prison official in the eastern city of Faisalabad told AFP.
Pakistan's decision to reinstitute executions was slammed by human rights groups, with the United Nations also calling for it to reconsider the move.
Two senior government officials of central Punjab province, where the executions took place, confirmed the hangings.
“The brutal killers were clearly frightened and sought mercy from the jail staff on their cruel, inhuman and un-Islamic act,” the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) said.
“They admitted that their brutal and inhuman acts had finally brought them to the gallows,” it added.
The government ended the six-year ban on capital punishment for terror-related cases following Tuesday's (December 16) bloody rampage on an army run school that killed mostly children. (Sources: AFP, 21/12/2014)

PAKISTAN: MUSHARRAF ATTACK CASE CONVICT EXECUTED
MARYLAND: GOV. MARTIN O'MALLEY COMMUTES FOUR DEATH SENTENCES
IRAN: TWELVE PRISONERS EXECUTED AT THE END OF THE YEAR
CHINA: S. KOREAN DRUG OFFENDER EXECUTED
SAUDI ARABIA: 86TH EXECUTION OF 2014 CARRIED OUT
IRAN: SEVEN PRISONERS HANGED IN ORUMIEH PRISON
IRAQ: 3442 DETAINEES WITH TERRORISM CHARGES RELEASED IN NOVEMBER, 2014
JAPAN: 129 INMATES REMAIN ON DEATH ROW
SYRIA: ISLAMIC STATE CRUCIFIES TWO CIVIL SERVANTS CONVICTED OF FRAUD
IRAN: 3 PRISONERS HANGED IN ZAHEDAN
CHINA: JAPANESE, KOREAN DRUG DEALERS SENTENCED
PAKISTAN: BAN KI-MOON URGED NAWAZ SHARIF TO HALT EXECUTIONS
IRAN: 7 PRISONERS HANGED IN SHIRAZ
MAURITANIA: FIRST APOSTASY DEATH SENTENCE
PAKISTAN: EUROPE CONDEMNS DECISION TO RESUME EXECUTIONS
JORDAN: MORE THAN TWO-THIRDS OF JORDANIANS SUPPORT CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
SOMALIA: AL-SHABAAB EXECUTE YOUNG MAN FOR SUSPECTED SPYING
IRAN: MAN HANGED IN THE PRISON OF MASHHAD
UAE: WIDOW SPARES HUSBAND’S KILLER DEATH SENTENCE
MALAYSIA: MAID FROM THAILAND SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING
THAILAND: MINISTRY OF JUSTICE LOOKS TO ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY
SAUDI ARABIA: THREE INDIANS SAVED FROM EXECUTION
JORDAN: 11 EXECUTED AFTER 8-YEAR DEATH PENALTY MORATORIUM
IRAN: 11 PRISONER HANGED IN SHIRAZ AND QAZVIN
PAKISTAN: TWO TERRORISTS EXECUTED AFTER THE GOVERNMENT ENDED A MORATORIUM ON CAPITAL
PAKISTAN PREPARES TO EXECUTE 55 DEATH ROW INMATES
DEATH PENALTY: COMMENTS ON THE UN VOTE PRO-MORATORIUM
USA: EXECUTIONS, NEW DEATH SENTENCES CONTINUE TO FALL
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