Dating practices in iraq
After the execution of Kim Jong-un's uncle, the brutality of North Korea's regime has once again come under the international spotlight. Find out who uses the death penalty today - and see how it compares to 2007 • Get the data • North Korea executes Kim Jong-un's uncle as traitor Once a key figure in the North Korean regime, Jang Song-thaek, the uncle of supreme leader Kim Jong-un, has been executed according to an announcement from state media.The former protector of the country's elite joins 105 other individuals to have been executed between 20 according to Amnesty International figures.
Despite more countries abolishing the death penalty, its practice remains commonplace.
“Forced inseminations, forced pregnancies, and forced conversions are a means to secure ‘the next generation of jihadists’.” Both Isis and its Nigerian affiliate Boko Haram – which largely targets Christians - have used rape and forced marriage as part of attempts to increase the population of children in their territories, who they aim to indoctrinate with jihadi ideology to continue their bloody crusades.