Monthly Archives: April 2013

Modern day slavery in the Gulf

Modern day slavery in the Gulf April 24th, 2013   By Dimitri Gkiokas, Special to CNN Editor’s note: Dimitri Gkiokas is a banker who now lives in Germany. The views expressed are his own. “Can you believe these things happened just … Continue reading

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UAE coup trial offers window into wider Gulf fears

UAE coup trial offers window into wider Gulf fears Posted on April 9, 2013 by admin DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — One is a former judge. Another is a past president of the lawyers’ association in the United Arab Emirates. … Continue reading

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UAE: Unfair Mass Trial of 94 Dissidents

UAE: Unfair Mass Trial of 94 Dissidents  Investigate Allegations of Torture, Grant Public Access to Sessions |April 3, 2013 Preventing independent monitors and family members from entering the court only increases the suspicions as to why the authorities need to … Continue reading

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