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Dozens of people have been sentenced to life in prison in a mass trial in the UAE, activists say

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Emirates
July 10, 2024

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A mass trial in the United Arab Emirates of dissidents that has faced widespread criticism abroad ended Wednesday with dozens of people sentenced to life in prison, activists said.

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