Worldwide, 93 countries still have capital punishment in their lawbooks, and 37 of
them currently perform executions:.
Executions were recorded in 22 countries in 2014, the same number as 2013. ...
Three countries have signed treaties to abolish the death penalty, but not ...
Death penalty is sanctioned by law but has not been the practice for ten or more
Today, the number has risen to 140 - nearly two-thirds of countries around the
world. ... Countries that still use the death penalty immediately halt all executions.
Countries that have abolished the death penalty since 1976 ... but can be
considered abolitionist in practice in that they have not executed anyone during
the ... Slovenia and Croatia abolished the death penalty while they were still
republics of ...
Out of those 58 countries that still uphold the death penalty, 527 people were ...
Currently, 34 of the 50 U.S. states still use the death penalty, and Texas, ... The
current method for public executions mostly consists of beheading by sword.
Jan 5, 2016 ... A total of 105 countries have abolished the death penalty, with ... to limit the use
of the death penalty (the federal government still uses it, though ...
Apr 13, 2013 ... Here are five of the most interesting death penalty facts from last year: 1. ... The
few countries that do still practice execution are situated in ...
Aug 14, 2012 ... Countries that have abandoned the use of the death penalty. ... The hyperlinks
are not necessarily still active today. "Image: Death Penalty ...
International death penalty trends lean toward abolition. Today over two-thirds of
the world's nations have ended capital punishment in law or practice.
Mar 31, 2015 ... An alarming number of countries used the death penalty to tackle real ... a steady
decline in the use of the death penalty in the country over the ...