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UAE: Trial observer finds flagrant flaws in 'UAE 5' case

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Headline Title:  UAE: Flagrant flaws in 'UAE 5' case 03 November 2011 The Federal Supreme Court trial of five Emirati activists accused of "publicly insulting" top United Arab Emirates officials in an internet forum has been grossly unfair, and the case against them has no basis in international law as it violates their freedom of expression, a trial observer appointed by a coalition of international human rights organizations said today.The coalition, composed of Alkarama (Dignity), Amnesty International, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, Front Line Defenders,…

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