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Wednesday 11 July 2012
Iran Human Rights: Two prisoners were hanged in the central prison of Zahedan, the capital of the Sistan-Baluchestan province (southeastern Iran) today.
According to the state run Iranian news agency Fars, the prisoners were identified as "Mohammad Askani" and "Abdollatif Askani" (not brothers) and were convicted of kidnapping, murder and sexual abuse of a woman last year.
The execution took place inside the prison of Zahedan, however, besides the families of the offended and representatives of the judiciary, some teachers were also present under the execution.