Four Australians have been put to death for drug offences overseas in recent times.
FOUR AUSTRALIANS HAVE BEEN EXECUTED FOR DRUG OFFENCES IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES IN THE PAST THREE DECADES. SEVERAL MORE ARE OR HAVE BEEN ON DEATH ROW
VAN TUONG NGUYEN - aged 25, from Melbourne. He was hanged on December 2, 2005 in Singapore after being caught in 2002 at Changi Airport with almost 400g of heroin.
MICHAEL MCAULIFFE - aged 38, from Rockhampton, Queensland. He was hanged on June 19, 1993 in Malaysia after being caught in 1985 with 142g of heroin at Penang Airport.
KEVIN BARLOW and BRIAN CHAMBERS - aged 28 and 29 from Perth. Chambers and Barlow were hanged on July 7, 1986 in Malaysia after being caught at Penang Airport in 1983 with 400g of heroin.
Bali Nine pair ANDREW CHAN and MYURAN SUKUMARAN are not the only Australians waiting on death row in a foreign prison.
PHAM TRUNG DUNG, 37, was sentenced to death in 2014 in Vietnam after being caught carrying more than 4kg of heroin boarding a flight to Australia from Ho Chi Minh City in 2013.
HENRY CHHIN, was 35 when sentenced to death in 2005 after being caught attempting to send methamphetamine from China to Australia by post. The sentence was suspended for two years. His fate is unknown.
Bali Nine members SI YI CHEN, TAN DUC THANH NGUYEN, MATTHEW NORMAN and SCOTT RUSH were initially sentenced to death and had their sentenced commuted to life in prison.