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Filipina Spared from Indonesian Drug Executions

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Mary Jane Veloso, a migrant worker, was saved by a last-ditch effort by the Philippine government. Eight others convicted of nonviolent drug offenses were killed by firing squad, drawing global condemnation from rights advocates.

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