Seven hangings for the robbery of a car and a mobile phone. The sentence of the high Court in the nigerian state of Kwara, held in Ilorin. The seven defendants, Muritala Rahaman, Emeka Eyinmma, Christian Emeka Obasi, Uche Sunday, Rafiu Abdullahi Togo, Damilare Oyeladun and Simeon Ogundeji, were sentenced to death, while an eighth defendant, Oladimeji Sanusi, was sentenced to life imprisonment. The judge H. Or Alayi has approved them guilty of having robbed Adeoye Olawale, of the his car and the Samsung Galaxy phone, which was then used by the police to track them down. The lawyer Toyin Onanolapo, who represented the defendant Oladimeji Sanusi, who was sentenced to life imprisonment, has stated that it will appeal the ruling before the Court of appeal. He said his client has not participated in the armed robbery, but has only bought the Samsung phone that was stolen.
Nine death sentences for terrotismo. The High Court of Sindh in Pakistan has confirmed the death sentences of the nine terrorists for an attack against security forces in 2004 in which 10 people, including six members of the army, were killed. In the same case, a court of counter-terrorism had issued death sentences for 11 suspected militants in February 2006. All of them had filed an appeal against the verdict. A jury of 10 members of the High Court of Sindh at Karachi has confirmed the death sentences issued against nine accused for the attack on the convoy of a top commander, took place near the Bridge Clifton Karachi. Ten people, including six members of the army and three police officers, were killed in the attack conducted by a group of outlaws.
yemeni Women, executed for the murder of her husband. The Ministry of Interior of Saudi Arabia, has issued a press release giving notice of the execution of a woman by the name of Aisha Ahmed Omar Bahasin, nationality yemeni, who was found guilty of the murder of her husband. The execution took place in the Governorate of Jeddah, in the Region of Mecca.
Sentenced to death a human trafficker. A court in East Harar, in the south-eastern part of Ethiopia, has sentenced to death a suspected human trafficker, who would be responsible for the death of five women, reported Borkena.com. The accused, identified as Abdulkarim Tahir, "caused the death of five women in the course of an illegal traffic in human beings," said the court. According to the state average Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation (EBC) the five women were brought in the district of Gursum in East Hararge, the district of Dayferes. The victims, that would be death by drowning, were part of a group of eight young women that the defendant was carrying in Saudi Arabia in the boat of night. Reportedly, the man would have received three thousand ethiopian ethiopians from each passenger. The EBC did not make clear whether the sentenced person has less intention to appeal.
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