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23 Oct
Thirty-eight people were sentenced to death in Algeria on Monday over the lynching of a man who was accused of arson while trying to fight deadly wildfires.
26 Sep
Iran has sentenced four people to death for selling contaminated bootleg alcohol that killed 17 people and sent dozens more to hospitals in June, the judiciary said on Tuesday.

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