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Trump administration asks top court to allow it to resume federal executions

Reuters Tuesday, 3 December 2019 ()
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday asked the Supreme Court to allow the resumption of the death penalty at the federal level after a 16-year hiatus, hours after an appeals court blocked the department's bid to pave the way for four scheduled executions.
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An appeals court ruled against the Trump administration in the case involving executions.

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