Four men executed for possessing hash in Saudi Arabia

The horrible practice of executing drug offenders appears to be on the increase in the dozen or more countries that consider drug possession and dealing a capital crime. Saudi Arabia announced this week that four men were beheaded in the city of Najran for possessing...

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China executes two South Koreans for meth

China continues its murderous human rights violations against drug users and dealers, this time killing two South Korean meth dealers. The South Korean government objected. The United States government's human rights researchers looked the other way. The U.S. State...

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Dubai: Two life sentences for half gram of meth…

...and a British grandma faces firing squad for cocaine in Bali. A 34-year-old nurse from the Philippines was sentenced to life in jail for 0.53 grams of methamphetamine found in her underwear. This amount is worth $50 in the U.S., about $100 in Australia and $1,200...

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Singapore renews executions of drug offenders

Spend a moment with these drug war victims Singapore temporarily halted mandatory executions in 2011. After giving judges some discretion, it has started hanging drug offenders again. The first victims: Tang Hai Liang, 36, and Foong Chee Peng, 48, were executed July...

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Editorial: The children at the border: Drug War Refugees

Welcome. We are so sorry.  The Telegraph said in November 2013: "Drug gangs threaten the very viability of the Honduran state." The New York Times has a powerful story today from the Honduran city with the highest murder rate in the world. The story opens with the...

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