DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Bahrain has executed two males convicted in a mass terrorism trial that activists have decried and that U.N. human rights specialists had expressed issues over.
Activists recognized the 2 as Ali al-Arab and Ahmed al-Malali.
Legal professional Normal Ahmed al-Hammadi stated in a press release launched on the Public Prosecution’s Instagram web page on Saturday that the lads, who weren’t named within the assertion, had been concerned in terrorist operations that killed a safety officer, amongst different costs.
U.N. human rights specialists had appealed to Bahrain to halt their executions amid issues they had been coerced into making confessions by torture and didn’t obtain a good trial.
Bahrain stated a 3rd man was additionally executed, however he wasn’t recognized and was convicted of homicide in a separate trial unrelated to terrorism.