Four executed over murder of tribe members
Saudi authorities executed four citizens convicted of killing six members of their tribe, the interior ministry said. The killings took place due to a land dispute among members of the Quthami tribe. The four, including three brothers, were executed on July 24, bringing to 105 the number of death sentences carried out in the kingdom this year. The kingdom imposes the death penalty for offences, including murder, drug trafficking, armed robbery, rape and apostasy.