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Libya to scrap death penalty to end nurses row

Libya plans to scrap the death penalty to clear the way for the settlement of a diplomatic row over five Bulgarian nurses on death row after hundreds of children were infected with the AID virus, an Arabic daily said. Tripoli “is about to announce the abolishment of capital punishment to pave the way for commuting the sentences against the five Bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor” convicted with them last year, the London-based paper Asharq Al-Awsat reported citing Arab diplomats close to the Libyan government. Full Story

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