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A Saudi court on Monday sentenced two people to death and jailed a third for 25 years after they were convicted of violence during Shiite protests, state media reported.The same special court issued the first death sentence to a defendant involved in the Shiite protests on May 26, a day before sentencing another protester to death.Demonstrations in Eastern Province, where most of the kingdom's two million Shiites live, erupted in 2011 alongside a Shiite-led protest movement in neighbouring Bahrain.
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