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September 06- 2007 Hanging

Islamic Republic hangs 21 convicted criminals

Iran has hanged 21 men in the latest of a series of executions that have been criticised by the EU and human rights groups, state media have reported.

Authorities executed 17 convicted drug smugglers in the north-eastern province Razavi Khorasan and four criminals in the southern city of Shiraz.

The hanging of the four men in Shiraz was reportedly watched by large crowds.

The number of executions in Iran has risen since July, when police launched a crackdown on "immoral behaviour".

Murder, rape, adultery, armed robbery, apostasy and drug smuggling are all punishable by death under the Islamic state's particular version of Sharia law.

A justice department official said that at least one criminal had been executed each week in Fars province, of which Shiraz is the capital, since the Iranian New Year on 21 March.

"This shows the efforts of the judiciary system in bringing about permanent social security and a serious confrontation with those people who are corrupt," Abdolnabi Najibi told the Fars news agency.

Amnesty International has protested against the rising number of executions in Iran this year, which had reached 124 before Wednesday's hangings.

The European Union has criticised Tehran's human rights record and expressed concern about the use of the death penalty.

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