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UK's Cameron vows to pressure Maldives over jailed former president
Business Insider

Maldives may extend Nasheed's prison leave

The Maldives said on Friday that it could extend the prison leave granted to former President Mohamed Nasheed to go to London for medical treatment after he hinted at delaying his return. Mr Nasheed, who is serving a 13-year jail term after being ... Asian Age, 1 week ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Maldives hopes jailed ex-president will return from Britain

The Maldives government has accused Mr. Nasheed of misusing his leave for political purposes. The Maldives government says it hopes the countrys jailed former president will return after undergoing surgery in Britain following comments by the former leader ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Maldives want convicted ex-president to return  Morning Star Online1 week ago Nasheed says will contest 2018 polls  Haveeru Daily Online1 week ago Nasheed seeks SL, Indian influence to return ...  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 week ago
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Nasheed to get medical leave extension: govt

Jailed former president Mohamed Nasheed secured another victory as government announced Friday that the opposition leader would get an extension for his medical leave in the United Kingdom. Nasheed arrived in London last week after being granted 30 ...
 Haveeru Daily Online1 week ago UN rejects govt appeal of Nasheed ruling  Haveeru Daily Online1 week ago Maldives Foreign Minister criticises Mohamed Nasheed activities abroad: It has gone from medical leave to media leave.  Miadhu News1 week ago Maldives slams Nasheed for 'media leave'  Haveeru Daily Online2 weeks ago
NDTV

Nasheed needs 6 months for surgery: lawyer

Jailed former president Mohamed Nasheed would require six months for his surgery, an attorney, citing doctors, announced Friday. Nasheed arrived in London last week after being granted 30 days of leave from the Maldives for spinal cord surgery in a ...
 Haveeru Daily Online1 week ago India Welcomes Maldives Decision To Allow Mohamed Nasheed To Travel To UK  NDTV2 weeks ago Maldives lets jailed ex-President travel to UK for surgery  Asian Age3 weeks ago 'Cadman first offered to help free Nasheed'  Haveeru Daily Online1 month ago
The Hindu

For Those Attacking The Maldives, The Facts Don't Get In The Way Of A Good Story

4888063 Last week the Maldives was thrust into the media spotlight as its former president, Mohamed Nasheed, convicted on terrorism charges, toured the TV studios of London while on medical leave from prison. For many Maldivians huddled around ...
 Daily Caller3 days ago Former Maldives President opposes pro-China tilt  The Hindu1 week ago India is our closest partner, no change in policy: Maldives  The Hindu1 week ago
ABC Radio Australia

Maldives' former president Mohamed Nasheed calls for sanctions under alleged terrorism threat

The former president of the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed, calls for sanctions against Maldivian Government figures as his lawyers warn a militant attack on tourists is highly likely. The former president of the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed, has called for ...
 ABC Radio Australia1 week ago Nasheed says battle not over, urges sanctions  Haveeru Daily Online2 weeks ago Mohamed Nasheed: Maldives ex-leader calls for sanctions over human rights abuses BBC News  Global Herald1 week ago Maldives ex-leader calls for sanctions  BBC1 week ago
Qatar Peninsula

Maldives slams jailed Nasheed for UK 'publicit...

Colombo: The Maldives' foreign minister on Monday lambasted jailed former president Mohamed Nasheed, accusing him of using prison leave for publicity after he met Prime Minister David Cameron while in Britain for medical treatment. Dunya Maumoon ...
 Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago
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BBC

UK to pressure Maldives for political reform

Jailed opposition leader Mohamed Nasheed secured the support of the United Kingdom Saturday as the British premier agreed to continue pressing the Maldives government for more political reform. Nasheed met British Prime Minister David Cameron ...
 Haveeru Daily Online2 weeks ago Maldives ex-leader to arrive in UK  BBC2 weeks ago Jailed Maldives ex-leader leaves for UK  BBC2 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

British PM urges Maldives to open up at talks with Nasheed

afp London British Prime Minister David Cameron urged the Maldives to open up its politics and release all remaining political prisoners after meeting former president Mohamed Nasheed on Saturday. Nasheed, who has been in prison in the Maldives ...
 Qatar Tribune2 weeks ago British PM urges Maldives political change in Nasheed talks  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago David Cameron talks to Nasheed, urges political change in Maldives  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago UK Maldives' ex-president accused of politicizing medical leave  Mail.com1 week ago
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Sri Lanka Island

Nasheed did not meet any SL politician en route to London

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday said that there had not been any meeting between former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed and Sri Lankan politicians when he was in Sri Lanka recently. Nasheed was in Sri Lanka while on his way to UK for ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago Nasheed didn't meet MS or any other politician: FAM ...  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka2 weeks ago Nasheed did not meet any political leaders in Colombo Foreign Ministry  Sri Lanka Island2 weeks ago
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