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Saudi Arabia is pushing to revamp its harsh justice system but reforms in the Islamic nation are overshadowed by executions and tough treatment of dissidents, raising questions about how much will change.

The kingdom is known for its strict interpretation of Sharia, which forms the basis of its judicial system.

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