Harrowing details are emerging of the final moments of eight people shot dead in Indonesia last night in executions that have sparked global outrage.
Here are the latest updates:
- Indonesia ignores global outrage to kill prisoners
- Convicts sang 'Amazing Grace' in last moments
- Cousin reveals Myuran Sukumaran's last hours
- Comment: 'Deaths demonstrate impotence of international law'
- British grandmother loses hope after friends' deaths
- Families condemn 'flawed legal system' that took lives
- 'The death penalty is never the answer'
- How the condemned convicts spent last day
- Relatives' emotional appeals to stop executions
- Who was executed and for what crimes
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Among those killed were Australians Myuran Sukumaran, 34, and Andrew Chan, 31, after almost 10 years in prison in Indonesia for drug smuggling.
They died alongside six other prisoners from Nigeria, Brazil and Indonesia, while a woman from the Philippines due to be killed was granted a last-minute reprieve.
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People attend a vigil for the prisoners to be executed in Indonesia at Martin Place on April 28
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Crosses for condemned drug convicts (from L-R) Australians Andrew Chan (L) and Myuran Sukumaran (C), and Nigerian Okwudili Oyatanze
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Brintha Sukumaran, a sister of Australian death row prisoner Myuran Sukumaran's screams as she arrives to see him for a final time
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Brintha Sukumaran, the sister of Myuran Sukumaran, cries during her final visit to see him in prison on 28 April
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Michael Chan, brother of Australian drug convict and death row prisoner Andrew Chan, arrives at Nusakambangan island on 28 April
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The back of a painting by Australian death-row prisoner Myuran Sukumaran is shown, signed by the eight other condemned people
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A lawyer carries a painting by Myuran Sukumaran at Wijayapura port in Cilacap on 28 April
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A woman places a tribute on a flower wall that reads '#keephopealive' as part of an Amnesty international vigil for the pair
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People at a vigil in Sydney on 27 April against the execution of Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran
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Activists hold a banner during a protest in front of the Indonesian embassy in Manila on April 27, 2015
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The lawyer for Australian death row inmates Myuran Sukumaran carries a painting after visiting Indonesia's Nusakambangan island on April 26
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A lawyer carries a self-portrait drawn by Myuran Sukumaran after visiting the prison island of Nusakambangan on 27 April
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Workers load coffins into a lorry ahead of the execution of nine prisoners in Indonesia
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Indonesian soldiers stand as guard at Wijayapura port near the prison island of Nusa Kambangan on Monday
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Chintu Sukumaran (L), brother of Myuran Sukumaran, stands next to Michael Chan, brother of Andrew Chan in Indonesia on 26 April, 2015
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Raji Sukumaran (R) and Brintha Sukumaran (L) family members of death-row prisoner Myuran Sukumaran cries as they talks to media after visiting Myuran at Kerobokan Prison in Bali, Indonesia
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Indonesian police stand guard as the Bali Nine duo Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran arrive at Wijaya Pura Port where they will be transferred to Nusa Kambangan prison ahead of their execution in Cilacap, Central Java, Indonesia
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Halen Chan, the mother of death-row prisoner Andrew Chan, wipes away tears during a press conference in Jakarta, Indonesia
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Andrew Chan, right, and Myuran Sukumaran, centre, talking to their lawyer
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Two Australian drug traffickers Andrew Chan (L) and Myuran Sukumaran (R) were sentenced as the ringleaders of the "Bali Nine" drug ring in 2006
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Their families lit candles as they watched the procession of cars taking them to the execution site, the Sydney Morning Herald reported, adding many became hysterical when gunshots rang out a short time later.
“The good thing is all prisoners were executed together while praying and singing. Before that they hugged each other, saying goodbye,” Christina Widiantarti, a lawyer for the Brazilian convict said after witnessing the execution.
They reportedly sang hymns and "Amazing Grace" in the moments before they were killed and refused to wear blindfolds as they faced the firing squad shortly after 12.30am local time.
Sukumaran and Chan were convicted in 2006 as part of the “Bali Nine” drug smuggling gang who were arrested on the island for trying to smuggle 8kg of heroin to Australia. Their six Australian co-conspirators were jailed for between 18 years and life in Indonesia.
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