Iraq: Further information: Twelve men executed; three remain at risk
Three men in Iraq are at risk of execution. Twelve alleged members of armed opposition groups were executed in Iraq on 24 November 2011. Those executed were reportedly tried under Iraq’s anti-terrorism law and sentenced to death. Three other men, whose identities are not known to Amnesty International, are also at imminent risk of execution in connection with the same case.
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