Sri Lanka has begun a search for two executioners with 'strong moral character' as part of a crackdown on drug smuggling. The job, advertised in the state-run Daily News paper, pays 36,310 rupees ($158) a month. Capital punishment is legal in Sri Lanka but no executions have taken place since 1976. The country has struggled The post Sri Lanka: Govt begins recruitment for 'moral' hangmen appeared first on Daily Trust. Click here to read full news..