Somali Military Tribunal Frees Moroccan Prisoners Sentenced to Death for Repatriation

Six individuals, including six Moroccan nationals, have been set free by a military court in northern Somalia and will be returned to Morocco. The Moroccan government, along with various NGOs, has been working to secure the release of these individuals. The accused individuals have claimed innocence and are eager to return to their home country. Various human rights groups have been actively campaigning against the use of the death penalty, urging countries like Morocco to abolish it completely. Despite not having executed anyone since 1993, Moroccan courts still impose the death penalty for serious crimes.

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