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US army changes execution rules

New rules covering the death penalty in military courts suggest the US army may be preparing for its first execution since 1961. The new rules spell out the procedures for carrying out death sentences imposed at courts martial. There are six men on death row, all held at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas. Anti-death penalty campaigners fear the new move may pave the way for the execution of Pte Dwight Loving, who was convicted of killing two taxi drivers. Full Story

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