The United Arab Emirates has released Durham PhD student Matthew Hedges after an international outcry and intense lobbying from the British government. He was detained in Dubai on May 5, when he was on..
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The United Arab Emirates on Monday pardoned a British academic jailed for life on spying charges, granting his family's request for clemency minutes after showing a video of him purportedly confessing..
According to Reuters, the United Arab Emirates signaled that a British academic it jailed for life on spying charges, could be freed after his family appealed for clemency in a case that has strained..
British academic Matthew Hedges has been jailed for life in the United Arab Emirates after a trial that his family said lasted just minutes and didn't follow due process. The Abu Dhabi court sentenced..
According to CNN, the wife of a jailed British academic has called for the UAE to recognize their misunderstanding of her husband's activities. Matthew Hedges, an academic of Middle Eastern studies at..
Matthew Hedges, 31, was sentenced to life in prison in the UAE after his arrest at the end of a two-week research trip. He spoke to Good Morning Britain today in his first UK TV interview after his.. MailOnline - Published
Matthew Hedges, 31, (pictured with wife Daniela Tejada) was arrested on May 5 in Dubai on his way home from a two-week research trip for his PhD thesis into the security policies of the Gulf. MailOnline - Published