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Eight of the eleven activists have been temporarily released but remain on trial for theirhuman rights activism.
On 17 February 2020, the Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi confirmed the verdict against five Lebanese men.
On 5 March 2020, prisoner of conscience, Hajer Mansoor Hassan, was released from Isa Town Detention Centre for Women.
On 13 May 2019, 33-year-old musician Rami Sidky was released on probation after 374days of pre-trial detention.
Activists known as “Aguadores” were released on 30 December but still face charges.
Senegalese activist Guy Marius Sagna was released on bail on 3 March, threemonths after he was first detained.
Filmmaker Min Htin Ko Ko Gyi was released from prison on 21 February 2020, after completing his prison sentence.
Renowned Turkish author and former newspaper editor was re-detained after a court overturned the decision to release him.
Despite continuing pressure, Belarusian authorities continue to carry out executions.
Three activists are facing prison time for calling for constitutional reform and criticising military rule.
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