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B. 12-28 Mentally ill British man executed China
2. 12-28 Final pleas for life of Briton on death row London
D. Sir Roger Casement hanged HM Prison Pentonville, London
E. Sir Walter Raleigh executed London
F. Guy Fawkes hanged Westminster, London
Mary Queen of Scots executed Fotheringhay Castle, England

Final pleas for life of Briton on death row  London: The UK government has made a final appeal to China to halt the execution of a 53-year-old Akmal Shaikh who is thought to be mentally ill Sir Roger Casement hanged Map of HM Prison Pentonville United Kingdom
Death penalty for Bali drugs granny Map of Bali  A 56-year-old British grandmother has been sentenced to death by firing squad in Indonesia for drug trafficking   Mentally ill British man executed


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   China: Akmal Shaikh, 53, a father-of-five, convicted of drug smuggling in China, had denied any wrongdoing.    Shaikh is the first EU national to be executed in China...

before year 2000
Aug. 3, 1916
  London: He sought to obtain German support and weapons for an armed rebellion in Ireland against British rule during WWI

Oct. 29, 1618
  London: An English landed gentleman, writer, poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy, and explorer. He is also well known for popularising tobacco in England
Jan. 31, 1606 Guy Fawkes hanged Map of Westminster United Kingdom
  London: The jury found all of the defendants guilty, and the Lord Chief Justice Sir John Popham proclaimed them guilty of high treason
Feb. 8, 1587 Mary Queen of Scots executed Map of Fotheringhay Castle United Kingdom
  Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567 and Queen consort of France


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