Five people hanged in Iran
Three Afghans convicted of murder, armed robbery, "seducing children" and creating public disorder have been hanged publicly in the Islamic republic of Iran's city of Qom, newspapers reported Sunday.
Kayhan said Rostam Attarian, Bahador Amini and Seyed Gol Hosseini were hanged on Wednesday in the holy city's main square.
Ettelaat newspaper, in the meantime, reported that a drug trafficker found with close to a kilogram of heroin, named as Mohammad Keramti, was hanged in Tabriz jail, situated in the northwestern area of Iran.
State radio, additionally, reported Sunday that Nader Sepah, who was convicted of armed robbery, "immoral acts" and clashing with security forces was hanged earlier in the day in public in Khorramabad, located in the western province of Lorestan. (Albawaba.com)
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