Another wrongful Qatari Red Notice deleted

Detained in Dubai has secured the removal of another client’s name from the Interpol database after being subjected to an abusive Red Notice at the request of Qatar.
Emirati head of Interpol to face legal action over torture

In 2019, Ali Issa Ahmad, a British football fan, traveled to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to support his team during the Asian Cup. However, his trip turned into a nightmare when he was arrested and allegedly tortured for wearing a Qatar jersey. Now, Mr. Ahmad has been...
Julian Assange & universal jurisdiction IPEX (Interpol and Extradition) Reform

The international community is questioning America's justice system for what is seen as unequal application of the law in New York’s indictment of President Trump. America is being branded as hypocritical for exporting “democracy” to “autocratic” states when a substantia...
Gupta Brothers: UAE Extraditions more “Quid Pro Quo” than rule of law.

When South Africa ratified an extradition treaty with the UAE in 2018, officials assumed this would fast track requests like the Gupta brothers who are accused of a number of corruption and fraud related crimes. The treaty put South African citizens at risk of extraditi...
Interpol’s impartiality must be safeguarded

Interpol plays a critical role in coordinating international efforts to combat crime, terrorism, and other transnational threats. However, in recent years, concerns have been raised about the potential for private funding of Interpol to unduly bias the organisation's neu...
Indian nationals risk arbitrary detention, Interpol abuse in UAE

Indian citizens are more likely to be imprisoned in the UAE than in any other country in the world. “There are over 8,000 Indian nationals incarcerated in foreign jails,” says Radha Stirling, CEO of Due Process International and founder of Detained in Dubai, “Roughly hal...
Egyptian-American political commentator freed from UAE custody, returns home
Egypt's extradition request of Sherif Osman fails.
Sherif Osman case highlights America’s dwindling influence in the Middle East

When the Soviet Union collapsed in the early 1990s, the United States was the last superpower standing, and then-President George H.W. Bush declared “What we say goes”. One of the first regions where America established its authority in the newly unipolar world, was the...
Scottish man fights for Iraq jail cellmate

Brian Glendinning returned home to Scotland after being detained in an Iraqi jail over a Qatar issued Interpol Red Notice for debt. After extensive campaigning, he was finally released and avoided what was set to be at least two years in prison. His welcomed return to ...
Stirling calls out Interpol negligence as another wrongful Red Notice removed

This week, the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) removed the name of a British entrepreneur from its Red Notice database, after a successful appeal was launched by IPEX Reform against his wrongful listing.
Another wrongful Qatari Red Notice deleted

Detained in Dubai has secured the removal of another client’s name from the Interpol database after being subjected to an abusive Red Notice at the request of Qatar.
Emirati head of Interpol to face legal action over torture

In 2019, Ali Issa Ahmad, a British football fan, traveled to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to support his team during the Asian Cup. However, his trip turned into a nightmare when he was arrested and allegedly tortured for wearing a Qatar jersey. Now, Mr. Ahmad has been...
Julian Assange & universal jurisdiction IPEX (Interpol and Extradition) Reform

The international community is questioning America's justice system for what is seen as unequal application of the law in New York’s indictment of President Trump. America is being branded as hypocritical for exporting “democracy” to “autocratic” states when a substantia...
Gupta Brothers: UAE Extraditions more “Quid Pro Quo” than rule of law.

When South Africa ratified an extradition treaty with the UAE in 2018, officials assumed this would fast track requests like the Gupta brothers who are accused of a number of corruption and fraud related crimes. The treaty put South African citizens at risk of extraditi...
Interpol’s impartiality must be safeguarded

Interpol plays a critical role in coordinating international efforts to combat crime, terrorism, and other transnational threats. However, in recent years, concerns have been raised about the potential for private funding of Interpol to unduly bias the organisation's neu...
Indian nationals risk arbitrary detention, Interpol abuse in UAE

Indian citizens are more likely to be imprisoned in the UAE than in any other country in the world. “There are over 8,000 Indian nationals incarcerated in foreign jails,” says Radha Stirling, CEO of Due Process International and founder of Detained in Dubai, “Roughly hal...
Egyptian-American political commentator freed from UAE custody, returns home
Egypt's extradition request of Sherif Osman fails.
Sherif Osman case highlights America’s dwindling influence in the Middle East

When the Soviet Union collapsed in the early 1990s, the United States was the last superpower standing, and then-President George H.W. Bush declared “What we say goes”. One of the first regions where America established its authority in the newly unipolar world, was the...
Scottish man fights for Iraq jail cellmate

Brian Glendinning returned home to Scotland after being detained in an Iraqi jail over a Qatar issued Interpol Red Notice for debt. After extensive campaigning, he was finally released and avoided what was set to be at least two years in prison. His welcomed return to ...
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