Shocking interview with Wolfgang Douglas reveals Albert Douglas has been suffering a dislocated shoulder since being beaten in a UAE prison.

10 August 2021

FBI involvement in attack on US flagged yacht in international waters, deflected by White House press secretary Jen Psaki.  Victims of the Nostromo attack are appalled that instead of offering the US flagged yacht protection from piracy, aggravated assault and abduction,...

30 July 2021

Andy Slaughter, MP criticises FCDO & calls for UK government action on the Gulf in Justice Podcast with Radha Stirling

23 July 2021

Due Process International
Due Process International is bringing the world’s attention to recent extrajudicial arrests and charges of Directors, lawyers and supporters of the Ok Tedi Fly River Development Foundation in the Western Province (Papua New Guinea).

18 July 2021

“The treatment of my husband has been absolutely appalling,” said Dieter’s wife Suki who is advocating for the release of her 42 year old husband. “Dieter is a gentle man and what he’s gone through has been horrific. He’d never hurt a fly. He’s been thrown into a Sharjah...

20 June 2021

Lady Whitaker and Andy Slaughter, MP have voiced their serious concerns to the Foreign Office over the UAE’s treatment of British grandfather, Albert Douglas. In fact, they’ve even suggested sanctions may be needed to protect UK citizens abroad. “This is not the first ti...

9 June 2021

FCO’s dark alliance with the Emirates comes to light after repeated abuses of British nationals abroad.

20 May 2021

Due Process International
‘Fitch must review new Ras Al Khaimah evidence’, says UAE expert

6 May 2021

It has already been a turbulent few years for the UAE; since the 2018 dramatic escape and capture of Princess Latifa, daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and her ongoing captivity, things have only gotten progressively worse. More royal scandals erupted, in...

24 March 2021

Interpol & Extradition
Once again, the Middle East’s use of Interpol to locate and extradite foreign nationals raises human rights concerns.

11 March 2021