A British man has been held in the United Arab Emirates since May after being accused of espionage.
Matthew Hedges, 31
Hedges traveled to the United Arab Emirates on a research trip to "interrogate sources on the country's security policies," the Times reported.
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On Wednesday, a court in Abu Dhabi heard the Hedges case but was updated until October 24th. The student's colleagues told the Times that it was possible that Hedges was suspected of spying on Qatar.
"We all know it's not true," Tejeda told The Times.  Tejada stated in a statement that her husband was in the country "exclusively for academic research purposes," the BBC reported.
"His rights are being violated on a daily basis and I am shocked that nothing else has been done to get him out," she said a statement, according to the BBC.
Durham University vice-chancellor professor Stuart Corbridge said the school "was seriously concerned about Matt's well-being and well-being". The university temporarily banned students from traveling to the United Arab Emirates for research trips to "All non-UAE citizens" until it was revealed why Hedges was arrested, the BBC reported.
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a statement that the staff was "supporting a British man after his detention in the United Arab Emirates". The declaration did not indicate Hedges.
"We assist his family and remain in close contact with the local authorities The foreign secretary has also personally raised the case with his Emirate counterpart", reads the statement