Hamad Ali is a European staff writer at Waters, based in London. Previously, he worked as a research journalist in the European IT and telecommunications sector. He has written for different publications, including Gulf News, The Guardian, The Scotsman and The Independent. He can be reached by email on [email protected], or on Twitter at @Hamad_Ali.
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