Forgiving war criminals is just one more way to dehumanise citizens of those countries that the US fights wars against.
The Rwandan Embassy has taken exception to an article published in TRT World. This is a rebuttal from the Rwandan Ambassador to Turkey, His Excellency Williams Nkurunziza.
The island nation is interviewing candidates for two positions amid requests by rights activists not to bring back capital punishment to fight Philippines-inspired war on drugs.
US foreign policy is based around freedom and democracy, but its Middle Eastern allies, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, are blatantly violating the universal human rights.
Inspired by a similar crackdown on narcotics-related crime in the Philippines, President Maithripala Sirisena hopes to carry out the hanging of drug convicts and appeals "to human rights organisations not to try to pressure us on this decision."
Saudi Arabia's public relations offensive after the Khashoggi killing has hardly dented the momentum of bad press for Saudi Arabia.
A shortage of deadly drugs has led states to try out new methods that have ended in botched executions across the United States, opening up legal battles for more humane deaths.
Amnesty International reports that worldwide executions dramatically rose in 2015, hitting highest level in 25 years
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