A Kuwaiti court sentenced seven people to death on Tuesday, five of them in absentia, for their roles in a deadly Shiite mosque bombing claimed by Daesh group.
A total of 29 defendants, seven of them women, had been on trial on charges of helping a Saudi suicide bomber carry out the June 26 attack, which killed 26 Shiite worshippers and wounded 227.
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