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Three more are due to be put to death in Texas in the coming weeks.
In the first execution in Arkansas since 2005, Lee, 51, was put to death Thursday.
Except for Bartolome who was executed in 2000 for a felony committed in 1995, Atienza said the rest of the convicts were put to death in 1999 for offenses done in 1994.
Most people put to death in the Gulf country are beheaded with a sword.
The US is no stranger to executing people of all ages: it is one of the few countries in the world that will put to death adults convicted of capital crimes while they were minors.
angeR Protesters in Beirut hold up placards of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, who was put to death in
The first executions during his presidency were in January, when six drug convicts, including five foreigners, were put to death -- unleashing a diplomatic furore.
On August 4, the interior ministry said that it put to death in the western city of Madinah a man who had killed his wife.
In the first of them, Marcus Wellons, 58, convicted of the 1989 kidnapping, rape and murder of a 15-year-old girl, was put to death shortly before midnight in the southern state of Georgia, a spokesman for the prison system said.
A SERIAL killer was put to death in Texas after a court rejected his lawyers' demand that the state release information about where it gets its lethal injection drug.
Amnesty International says more people are being executed for their crimes, with at least 778 people put to death around the globe last year, the ABC News reported today.
Summary: Accused bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be put to death if he is found guilty of planting bombs that killed three people and wounded 264 at the Boston Marathon last year, the U.