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Two of the co-founders of a Saudi Arabian human rights organization have been imprisoned on charges related to their human rights activism.
An estimated 100 people were forcibly evicted on 3 March, and about 1,500 families are still at risk of forced eviction.
The Omani Supreme Court has upheld sentences against eight activists. All 16 activists appear to be held solely for peacefully exercising their rights.
Abdiaziz Abdnur Ibrahim, who had been found guilty on 5 February of "insulting a national institution", had his sentence upheld on 3 March.