1. Nearly half facing the gallows are foreigners, Nigerians the majority  The Star Online
  2. Unfair trials, torture in death penalty cases, says Amnesty in new report  Free Malaysia Today
  3. Drug-trafficking the reason for bulk of death row inmates - report  Malaysiakini
  4. Amnesty International urges Malaysia to end death penalty  Washington Post
  5. Amnesty alleges torture in some death penalty cases in Malaysia  Aljazeera.com
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PETALING JAYA: Almost half of prisoners facing the noose in Malaysia are foreign nationals, with Nigerians making up the majority.PETALING JAYA: Almost half of prisoners facing the noose in Malaysia are foreign nationals, with Nigerians making up the majority.

Nearly half facing the gallows are foreigners, Nigerians the majority | The Star Online

Defendants who could not afford a lawyer were often left without legal support for long periods, the rights group says in a new report.Defendants who could not afford a lawyer were often left without legal support for long periods, the rights group says in a new report.

Unfair trials, torture in death penalty cases, says Amnesty in new report | Free Malaysia Today

Amnesty International reveals most comprehensive compilation of death penalty statistics to date.

Drug-trafficking the reason for bulk of death row inmates - report

Amnesty International has urged Malaysia to abolish the death penalty, saying unfair trials and the use of harsh treatment to obtain confessions put people at risk of executionAmnesty International has urged Malaysia to abolish the death penalty, saying unfair trials and the use of harsh treatment to obtain confessions put people at risk of execution

Amnesty International urges Malaysia to end death penalty - The Washington Post

“Statement of Senator Patrick Leahy On The Case of Salman al-Awda -- At LINK Below -- #Egypt @HRW @AmnestyUSA @Amnesty https://t.co/v4z6JWHjuG”

Sen. Patrick Leahy on Twitter: "Statement of Senator Patrick Leahy On The Case of Salman al-Awda -- At LINK Below -- #Egypt @HRW @AmnestyUSA @Amnesty https://t.co/v4z6JWHjuG"

“We are firm & clear, we expect all women in Iran to be able to attend matches.” FIFA’s Head of Social Responsibility @joycecook01 tells me WC qualifier in Tehran could be a game-changer for gender equality. But @amnesty say it’s “a publicity stunt” https://t.co/OuyKhOXqoZ https://t.co/QNeF1e5ixk”

Dan Roan on Twitter: "We are firm & clear, we expect all women in Iran to be able to attend matches.” FIFA’s Head of Social Responsibility @joycecook01 tells me WC qualifier in Tehran could be a game-changer for gender equality. But @amnesty say it’s “a publicity stunt” https://t.co/OuyKhOXqoZ… https://t.co/8jhZvtD7Yo"

“Well, this is exciting. My talk with authors @christy_lefteri and Mike @ThomsonRadio for @amnesty at GuildfordBookFest19 this evening now sold out. Looks like word got out about these two brilliant books!”

Caroline Frost on Twitter: "Well, this is exciting. My talk with authors @christy_lefteri and Mike @ThomsonRadio for @amnesty at GuildfordBookFest19 this evening now sold out. Looks like word got out about these two brilliant books!… https://t.co/J6DEW1NWMT"

Human rights watchdog urges government of Prime Minister Mahathir to take steps for abolition of capital punishment.Human rights watchdog urges government of Prime Minister Mahathir to take steps for abolition of capital punishment.

Amnesty alleges torture in some death penalty cases in Malaysia | News | Al Jazeera

Malaysian police sometimes use torture to extract confessions from suspects in death penalty cases and their trials are often unfair, Amnesty International said Thursday, piling pressure on the government to abolish capital punishment. The Southeast Asian country has the death penalty for dozens ofMalaysian police sometimes use torture to extract confessions from suspects in death penalty cases and their trials are often unfair, Amnesty International said Thursday, piling pressure on the government to abolish capital punishment. The Southeast Asian country has the death penalty for dozens of

Malaysia must scrap 'cruel' death penalty: Amnesty

Malaysia must fulfil its promise to abolish the death penalty by swiftly ending capital punishment for drug-related offences and eliminating mandatoryWe are Amnesty International UK. We are ordinary people from across the world standing up for humanity and human rights.

Malaysia: Unfair trials and secret hangings - new death penalty report | Amnesty International UK