Law on revision of death penalty, life imprisonment comes into force Sept 12
Prisoners who have been sentenced to death or life imprisonment can start applying to the courts to review their sentences starting tomorrow.
Plea to Singapore: Stop two imminent executions for drug trafficking
A joint statement by several organisations urging an end to the death penalty as two executions for drug-related offences are set to take place this week.
'Love letters' from death row: Singapore's pre-execution photo shoots
Usually taken against a pale-green flowery backdrop, the photos offer a glimpse into the last days of the condemned.
Act to abolish mandatory death penalty comes into force
The Abolition of Mandatory Death Penalty Act 2023 was passed by the Dewan Rakyat on April 3.
Singapore executes second prisoner in 3 weeks
Singapore authorities say the man was accorded full due process under the law.
Singapore to execute ethnic Malay man involved in racial bias suit
Muhammad Faizal Mohd Shariff is the second to be executed this year after Tangaraju Suppiah, whose plight attracted international concern.
Amnesty executions survey slams state 'killing sprees'
Nearly 40% of all known executions were for drug-related offences, including 11 in Singapore, the rights group says.
Lawyer shocked over conflict of interest involving Singapore judge who heard executed man's final appeal
Justice hurried is justice buried, says prominent rights lawyer M Ravi.
Singapore proceeds with execution despite protest
Tangaraju Suppiah was hanged early this morning.
UN Human Rights Office urges Singapore to halt execution
It voices concern over due process and respect for fair trial guarantees.
Singapore slams Branson over death penalty criticism
The home ministry accuses the British billionaire of showing disrespect for Singapore's judges and criminal justice system.
Tycoon Branson urges Singapore to halt latest execution
Richard Branson describes Tangaraju Suppiah's case as 'largely circumstantial'.
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