Delay to verdict in trial of three al jazeera journalists and a former anchor after an al Jazeera executive dismissed the case and said the trio should be held without bail as there would be no legal basis for an injunction

Delay to verdict in trial of three al jazeera journalists and a former anchor after an al Jazeera executive dismissed the case and said the trio should be held without bail as there would be no legal basis for an injunction.

A trial for all three defendants was to start next week.

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The three Al Jazeera journalists were accused of stealing information by reporting about what they called a corrupt Gulf government and an alleged human rights abuse in Yemen, but were acquitted in May by a Cairo appeals court on Thursday.

They also published articles더킹카지노 critical of Saudi Arabia’s leadership and its role in Yemen.

A further seven Al Jazeera jo바카라사이트urnalists were also found guilty in July for alleged breach of contract and other criminal offences in Egypt, including breaching their confidentiality by having contact with a detainee.

Judge Sami al-Khatib was the he카지노 사이트ad of the Cairo International Criminal Court for 16 years and sentenced them to seven to 14 years jail on Thursday.

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