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This ranking comes as no surprise to Brian Evans, Amnesty International's acting director on the Death Penalty Abolition Campaign, who said the same countries are in the top eight every year. has a strict attitude toward punishment in general. leads the world in mass incarceration of prisoners and holds records for solitary confinement and sentences to life in prison. 2. Saudia Arabia saw the execution of one man by "crucifixion." Methods of execution vary between regions based on culture and available technology, and they usually include standard tactics, such as hanging, beheading, firing squad, and lethal injection. In Saudi Arabia, however, one accused man was put on display after being beheaded in a practice known as crucifixion, according to the country's state news agency, SPA. The reasoning behind executions also vary around the world. In Papua New Guinea, for men's flak jacket iridium oakley holbrook sunglasses oo9102 example, a woman and her two daughters are currently being held captive with charges of sorcery and risk a death sentence. It's common in the Pacific country for those accused of sorcery, especially women, to face horrific acts of violence that often end in death. 3. China keeps its execution numbers secret. The Chinese government is notorious for keeping statistics about their criminal executions secret, and in past years, Amnesty International was forced to rank China based on the minimum number of executions that researchers could confirm. Since that number was always drastically lower than the assumed reality, researchers now use reliable media sources and human rights groups rather than official government sources to estimate the number of executions in China. Using this data, the 2012 report estimates that thousands of criminals were killed in China last year alone, while the tally for the rest of the world combined stands at 682. 4. Japan's executions actually increased in 2012 after a long hiatus. While the global trend for the death penalty is actually declining around the world, Japan and other notable countries such as India and Pakistan resumed executing criminals after a long stint of being execution free. At least seven death row inmates were killed in Japan last year, ending a 20 month period without executions. Why the change? "It all depends on which political party is in power," Evans said. One prime minister will come into power and abolish the practice, then the next will just reinstate it, leaving the lives of criminals in the hands of changing political whims. 5. Just 21 countries in the world carried out the death penalty last year. In the broad scope of things, only a fraction of the world's total countries (the total being 195 by National Geographic's count) actually used execution as a means of punishment last year. That number is down from 28 countries just a oakley men's flak jacket black wrap sunglasses decade earlier, suggesting a downward trend in the global practice. In December 2012, 111 countries or more than half the world's countries voted in favor of a United Nations resolution that would declare a global moratorium on executions.

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