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Saudi Arabia executes 37 for terrorism

BBC News Tuesday, 23 April 2019
Saudi Arabia executes 37 for terrorismOne of the men killed was crucified following his execution, an official statement says.
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Saudi Arabia reportedly executed thirty-seven people on Tuesday who had been charged with terrorism.

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