Dubai’s unreal estate market

Most people probably believe that Dubai is home to a vibrant and luxurious property market. However, those more familiar with the UAE city-state know that this apparent real estate oasis in the desert can become investment quicksand the moment you sign the dotted line....
World Cup Stadium an island in a sea of misery and abuse

World Cup Stadium an island in a sea of misery and abuse
Jewish visitors to Bahrain may face anti-Semitic backlash

Jewish visitors to Bahrain may face anti-Semitic backlash
Dubai’s ugly mass expulsion of Africans

Dubai’s ugly mass expulsion of Africans
Qatar’s Alcohol Policy is Risky for World Cup Fans

British football fans are used to being allowed to drink beer in stadiums during games, so attendees of the World Cup in Qatar will have to adjust to Doha’s restrictive alcohol policies.
James Cleverly - British prisoners & human rights victims hold hope for new Foreign Minister

James Cleverly - British prisoners & human rights victims hold hope for new Foreign Minister
UAE Bounced Cheques Decriminalised. What’s the reality?

“We only need to look at Qatar to learn what to expect from the UAE”, explains Radha Stirling, founder of Detained in Dubai. “Qatar has claimed bounced cheques have been decriminalised for years but that hasn’t stopped people being arrested. All a cheque recipient has ...
World Cup fans unprepared for Doha dangers

“The World Cup in Doha has the potential of being the Black Friday of wrongful detentions,” says Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and Due Process International, “Because of the overflow of game attendees into the UAE; visitors will be subject to the brutish polic...
Interpol Red Notices Damage Reputations: How to Recover.

Interpol Red Notice reports have a devastating effect on people’s lives. Victims can lose their visa status, employment, security clearance and their freedom while being perceived as criminal “fugitives”.
New Interpol Prevention Service to combat Red Notice Abuse

Abuse of the Interpol system by countries around the world has been steadily increasing in recent years, with Gulf States leading the trend. Of particular concern are those countries which have positioned themselves as investment destinations for foreign business people...
Dubai’s unreal estate market

Most people probably believe that Dubai is home to a vibrant and luxurious property market. However, those more familiar with the UAE city-state know that this apparent real estate oasis in the desert can become investment quicksand the moment you sign the dotted line....
World Cup Stadium an island in a sea of misery and abuse

World Cup Stadium an island in a sea of misery and abuse
Jewish visitors to Bahrain may face anti-Semitic backlash

Jewish visitors to Bahrain may face anti-Semitic backlash
Dubai’s ugly mass expulsion of Africans

Dubai’s ugly mass expulsion of Africans
Qatar’s Alcohol Policy is Risky for World Cup Fans

British football fans are used to being allowed to drink beer in stadiums during games, so attendees of the World Cup in Qatar will have to adjust to Doha’s restrictive alcohol policies.
James Cleverly - British prisoners & human rights victims hold hope for new Foreign Minister

James Cleverly - British prisoners & human rights victims hold hope for new Foreign Minister
UAE Bounced Cheques Decriminalised. What’s the reality?

“We only need to look at Qatar to learn what to expect from the UAE”, explains Radha Stirling, founder of Detained in Dubai. “Qatar has claimed bounced cheques have been decriminalised for years but that hasn’t stopped people being arrested. All a cheque recipient has ...
World Cup fans unprepared for Doha dangers

“The World Cup in Doha has the potential of being the Black Friday of wrongful detentions,” says Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and Due Process International, “Because of the overflow of game attendees into the UAE; visitors will be subject to the brutish polic...
Interpol Red Notices Damage Reputations: How to Recover.

Interpol Red Notice reports have a devastating effect on people’s lives. Victims can lose their visa status, employment, security clearance and their freedom while being perceived as criminal “fugitives”.
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