FBI & UN investigating as illegal rendition of Dubai princess snowballs into dangerous new political landscape of lawlessness
Press Releases • Jul 24, 2018 14:23 BST
UAE-India raid to capture Princess Latifa is spiralling into a new levels of disregard for legal protocols and International Law, as UAE remains unaccountable
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Press Releases • Mar 29, 2018 13:52 BST
Assaulted, detained, threatened with death, and forced to record a false “confession”, Tiina was only released after being warned that she would not be safe “anywhere in the world” if she dared to speak out.
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Press Releases • Mar 23, 2018 13:18 GMT
American flagged Nostromo, was in fact illegally intercepted in international waters, boarded, and commandeered either by the UAE, by the Indian Coast Guard, or possibly by a Private Military Company hired by the UAE.
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- UAE Media, Censorship and Propaganda discussed after disappearance of Sheikha Latifa & international incident
- Family says "Frenchman Christian Elombo detained in Oman in connection with Sheikha Latifa’s escape"
- Family appeals for Finnish woman Tiina Jauhiainen confirmed missing from same yacht as Sheikha Latifa & Hervé Jaubert. Family’s urgent appeal for help and statement.
Mentally ill American stroke victim "held hostage" in Dubai over missed debt instalments that he can never pay.
Press Releases • Nov 27, 2017 14:00 GMT
David Oliver, an American former university professor is a stroke victim with mental health issues. David lost his job teaching in the UAE and was left unable to keep up his loan payments. Now, at the age of 62, he has no money to pay, can't get another job in the UAE (ironically because of the police case against him for missing loan payments), and is forbidden to leave the UAE ever again
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- Scotsman Jamie Harron sentenced today to 3 months in Dubai jail for brushing up against man in crowded bar
- Jamie Harron has no court date for rude gesture charge. Parents to visit Jamie in Dubai but risk criminal charges under UAE cybercrime laws.
- Class action against UK Government for failing in 'duty of care' to British citizens in countries like the UAE