Nigeria: Stoning decision delayed
Safiya Husaini, convicted of adultery and sentenced to death by stoning by an Islamic court in Nigeria, must wait a further week to know the outcome of her appeal.
The four judges at the Sokoto Court of Appeal ruled on Monday that a decision will be made on 25 March.
Submitted on Mon, 03/18/2002 - 01:00
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