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BREAKING: Our client, prominent Saudi human rights activist Loujain AlHathloul, today sued spying software maker DarkMatter Group for illegally hacking her iPhone to secretly track her communications and whereabouts.

Few people know the brutal reality of Mohammed bin Salman’s regime better than @LinaAlhathloul . Her sister Loujain, an internationally recognised human rights campaigner, was locked up for more than a thousand days for speaking her mind. #60Mins 

Loujain Al Hathloul Holds US Intel Operatives Responsible for Arrest And Torture In Saudi Arabia #businessNews 

Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul files lawsuit claiming 3 former U.S. officials helped hack her iPhone before she was imprisoned, tortured

Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul files lawsuit claiming 3 former U.S. officials helped hack her iPhone before she was imprisoned, tortured

Loujain al-Hathloul, a prominent Saudi political activist who pushed to end a ban on women driving in her country, is suing three former U.S. intelligence and military officials she says helped hack her cellphone before she was imprisoned and tortured.

The EFF just filed suit against DarkMatter on behalf of Saudi human rights activist Loujain AlHathloul. (Where IS that Dominoes emoji??)

Few people know the brutal reality of Mohammed bin Salman’s regime better than @LinaAlhathloul . Her sister Loujain, an internationally recognised human rights campaigner, was locked up for more than 1000 days for speaking her mind. #60Mins  Full story:

Did the Trump-Barrack-Kushner UAE-Saudi conspiracy get #JamalKhashoggi  dismembered and Loujain al-Hathloul kidnapped and tortured? She was abducted in the UAE in 2018 and returned to Saudi Arabia where she was imprisoned for 3 years & allegedly tortured.

Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai and Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul will be awarded the Liberty Medal later this year, the National Constitution Center announced.

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Loujain al-Hathloul, who fought Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving, has become one of the kingdom's most prominent prisoners. She appeared before a judge on Wednesday, shaking uncontrollably, to learn she was being sent to terrorism court, her family said.

In Opinion writes, "Remember this name: Loujain al-Hathloul. She is 29 years old and a courageous advocate for gender equality — so she is in a Saudi Arabian prison, and reportedly our Saudi allies have tortured her, even waterboarded her."

BREAKING: President Biden praises Saudi Arabia's release of women's rights activist Loujain Al Hathloul.

A prominent women’s rights activist in Saudi Arabia has been sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison under a vague and broadly worded counterterrorism law. The case against Loujain al-Hathloul has drawn international criticism and the ire of U.S. lawmakers.

Loujain al-Hathloul, who fought Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving and became one of the kingdom’s most prominent prisoners, has been sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison.

Saudi Arabia has released the prominent women's rights activist, Loujain al-Hathloul, after more than 1,000 days in prison

BREAKING NEWS: Saudi activist Loujain Alhathloul has been released from detention in Saudi Arabia, where she had been held since May 2018. Alhathloul, 31, was a graduate of the University of British Columbia.

BREAKING: Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul has been released, says her sister. She was held for 1,000+ days after campaigning for the right to drive, and charged for terror-related offenses. Rights groups say she was tortured and abused in custody.

Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul was jailed after campaigning for women to drive. Two years on, her sister pleads for justice

Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul is on hunger strike, and UN experts are demanding her release due to deteriorating health. She was jailed as a "traitor" in 2018 for protesting for women's rights, including the right to drive. Family alleges she has been tortured in custody.

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