October 30, 2013
When Governments Go After Witches

Most Western countries stopped executing people for witchcraft by the late 1700s. To this day, however, many governments around the world still pursue people suspected of sorcery. Here are five places where the global hunt for witches continues. 
Read more. [Image: Radu Sigheti/Reuters]

When Governments Go After Witches

Most Western countries stopped executing people for witchcraft by the late 1700s. To this day, however, many governments around the world still pursue people suspected of sorcery. Here are five places where the global hunt for witches continues.

Read more. [Image: Radu Sigheti/Reuters]

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