Hundreds of human right activists and people in London from all walks of like including Saudi opposition gathered in front of Saudi embassy in London and condemned savages mass execution of Shiites in Saudi Arabia.

Iran Press/ Middle East: Demonstrators holding signs and placards chanted outside the residence in Mayfair, with many calling on the UK government to break silence on Riyadh's crimes, Iran Press reported.

Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry said in a statement that it has executed 37 people in a single day and claimed that executions are “in connection with terrorism crimes,” as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against pro-democracy campaigners, human rights activists and intellectuals widens in the kingdom.

The statement added that the executions took place in the capital Riyadh, the Muslim holy cities of Mecca and Medina, the central province of Qassim, oil-rich and Shia-populated Eastern Province and the kingdom’s southern province of Asir. The convicts were all Saudi nationals.

The official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) also said that one of the condemned was crucified after the execution.

Amnesty Worldwide mentioned late on Tuesday nearly all of these executed in six cities belonged to the Shiite minority and have been convicted after “sham trials,” included no less than 14 individuals who had participated in anti-government protests within the kingdom’s oil-rich Japanese Province in 2011-2012.

European Union international coverage chief Federica Mogherini mentioned the executions heightened doubts about respect for the precise to a good trial in Saudi Arabia and will gas sectarian violence. 101/205

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