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According to Foreign Employment Bureau records, 10 Sri Lankans (8 males and 2 females) had been sentenced to death in several countries including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.
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A Sri Lankan maid sentenced to death by stoning for adultery in Saudi Arabia has won a retrial, Sri Lanka's deputy foreign minister says.
All Sri Lankan parties had joined to appeal to Saudi authorities for clemency.
EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom has launched an international alliance calling for a ban on torture products.
In an interview with DW, she said she wants to send a signal against torture and capital punishment.
Executions in the kingdom are carried out publicly, usually by beheading, although firing squads and stoning are used in some cases.
tj/msh (AFP) The hashtag #Sue Me Saudi is soaring after a source at the Saudi Arabian justice ministry reportedly said he would sue a Twitter user who compared Saudi Arabia to the terror group 'Islamic State.' () Saudi Arabia has executed more than 150 people already this year, representing a steep rise.
A woman shouts in front of the Saudi Arabia embassy during a protest against the torture of L. Ariyawathi, a different woman who worked as a maid in Saudi Arabia, in Colombo, August 30, 2010.Media reports said the punishment will take place tomorrow.When I asked the officials, they said they were not aware of a Sri Lankan scheduled for punishment,” she said.Iranian lawmakers have amended the country's strict laws on narcotics, making it harder to put people to death for drug-related crimes.The law could affect hundreds of inmates on death row in the conservative country.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera had an urgent meeting yesterday with the Chargé d’ Affaires of the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Colombo at the Parliament complex to express the government's concern on the reported judgment of the Riyad Court that a Sri Lankan woman was sentenced to be stoned to death on the charge of adultery.