2016 World Day Against the Death Penalty. Stop the cycle of violence: the use of the death penalty for terrorism-related offences
On 10 October 2016 Amnesty International joins the global abolitionist movement in marking the 14th World Day Against the Death Penalty, to raise awareness around the application of the death penalty for terrorism-related offences and to call on policy makers around the world to confine the use of the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment to history.
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