Canadian freed from UAE prison can't leave due to 'no fly' list - CTV News

A Canadian man freed from a United Arab Emirates prison Tuesday after nearly two years was stopped from boarding a flight at the Dubai airport Wednesday because his name turned up on a 'no fly' list, according to his lawyer. Salim Alaradi was detained ...

Canadian businessman Salim Alaradi can't leave UAE after freed from prison, on travel ban list - CBC.ca

The federal government is aware Salim Alaradi, the Canadian businessman detained in the United Arab Emirates for nearly two years, isn't allowed to leave the country. Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Rachna Mishra told CBC in a statement the government is ...

Salim Alaradi freed from UAE prison - CBC.ca

​Canadian businessman Salim Alaradi has been freed from prison in the United Arab Emirates. ​Alaradi is a Libyan-Canadian businessman with family in Windsor, Ont., who had been detained in the U.A.E for more than a year. He was acquitted of the ...

Canadian acquitted in UAE case released from prison, family says - Toronto Star

Salim Alaradi had been behind bars for nearly two years, accused of providing supplies to groups in a foreign country and collecting donations, both without the government's permission. Salim Alaradi was acquitted on Monday but not released, prompting ...

Windsor man acquitted of terrorism charges after 642 days in UAE prison remains behind bars - National Post

A Windsor man arrested on terrorism charges remained behind bars in the Middle East Monday despite being declared innocent after enduring alleged torture and nearly two years in prison. A judge in the United Arab Emirates acquitted Salim Alaradi and ...

Libyan-Canadian Salim Albaradi cleared of all charges in the UAE - Digital Journal

Abu Dhabi - Salim Alaradi, a Canadian-Libyan citizen, has been held in jail in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for 642 days. Alaradi was arrested with a number of other business people connected to Libya.

Americans imprisoned in UAE are acquitted - FOX43.com

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. A court in the United Arab Emirates acquitted two U.S. citizens, a father and son, on Monday of ...

Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but 'nightmare' continues - The Guardian

An undated photo made available by Amal Eldarat, a family relative, shows Kamal Eldarat, left, and his son Mohammed Eldarat. Photograph: Uncredited/AP. United Arab Emirates. Americans and Canadian held in UAE acquitted – but 'nightmare' continues.

Libyan-Canadian acquitted in UAE, but taken back to prison, family says - Middle East Eye

TORONTO, Canada – Libyan-Canadian businessman Salim Alaradi has been acquitted of all charges by a United Arab Emirates court, his family said. But Alaradi was taken back to prison following Monday's verdict, prompting concerns among his family and ...

Canadian Detained for 642 Days in the UAE Has Been Acquitted, But Isn't Free Yet - VICE News

A Canadian-Libyan citizen held in the UAE for 642 days and allegedly tortured has been acquitted on charges of supporting Libya's national transition council after the Arab Spring. Canadian officials said in a statement they welcomed Salim Alaradi's ...

Two American businessmen acquitted in the United Arab Emirates of supporting militants - Washington Post

Two U.S. citizens whose imprisonment in the United Arab Emirates had drawn criticism from human rights groups and the Obama administration were acquitted Monday on charges that they supported militants in Libya, according to their family. Kamal Eldarat ...

Libyan American father and son acquitted in UAE trial - Daily Mail

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Two Libyan Americans detained in the United Arab Emirates for nearly two years were acquitted on Monday of charges they illegally raised funds for a foreign entity and took hostile actions against a foreign country.

UAE court acquits US and Canadian businessmen after 642 days in custody - Middle East Eye

Two American and a Canadian businessmen detained for nearly two years in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been acquitted, according to their lawyers. Canadian-Libyan Salim Alaradi and American-Libyan father and son Kamal and Mohamed Eldarrat ...

Canadian acquitted of charges but remains in custody in UAE, family says - The Globe and Mail (subscription)

A Canadian imprisoned in the United Arab Emirates for nearly two years has been acquitted of all charges by the country's Supreme Court, his family said Monday as they appealed to Ottawa to help bring the man home. Salim Alaradi had been accused of ...

Canadian Salim Alaradi acquitted in United Arab Emirates - CBC.ca

Salim Alaradi, a Canadian businessman detained for nearly two years in the United Arab Emirates, has been acquitted on the charge of collecting donations without permission of the appropriate ministry and sending them to a foreign country. Canadian ...

Canadian businessman held in UAE acquitted, but still in jail - Toronto Star

Canadian Salim Alaradi and his son, Mohamed Alaradi during a family vacation in the United Arab Emirates in a 2013. UN human rights experts demanded the U.A.E. immediately release him. (HO / THE CANADIAN PRESS). By Diana MehtaThe Canadian ...

May 30 Judgement Day for Americans Tortured In UAE - Huffington Post

On Monday, two Americans who have been held in an Emirati jail for almost two years will find out in court whether they will be sentenced to up to 15 years in prison. Successful businessmen Kamal Ahmed Eldarat, age 58, and his son Mohamed, who is 33, ...

'Nowhere close to a fair trial': pressure to aid Americans and Canadian in UAE - The Guardian

Barack Obama's former White House counsel, human rights groups and families have made a final push to pressure the US and Canada over three men who have been detained in the United Arab Emirates for nearly two years. The three men, two American ...

US 'concerned' about Libyan-Americans on trial in UAE: official - Reuters

WASHINGTON The U.S. State Department said on Friday it was "concerned" about the case of two Libyan-American businessmen charged by the United Arab Emirates with supporting Libyan militants amid allegations they were tortured into signing a ...