Indonesia is set to put nine prisoners, eight of whom are foreigners, in front of a firing squad for drug trafficking either tonight or tomorrow. The group exhausted its legal appeals three days ago, and the Indonesian authorities instructed their family members to come say goodbye to the prisoners on the island where they're being held. The planned execution of foreigners, who are from Brazil, Australia, Ghana, Nigeria, and the Philippines, has sparked a diplomatic crisis, but Indonesia's president has given in to appeals for clemency. Another prisoner, from France, is being exempted as he submits his case for review.
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