Interpol & Extradition
Asylum applications are difficult at the best of times. But what happens when there is an Interpol Red Notice active or a trumped up criminal charge in another country? A country will be deterred from offering asylum and may even consider deportation. For people in th...

5 September 2022

“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...

31 August 2022

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”.

29 August 2022

Crispin Blunt today condemned the lack of British intervention over a constituent, Mr Christopher Emms, detained in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a result of a US abuse of the Interpol Red Notice System.

22 August 2022

UAE & Qatar Banks Chasing American Debts - damaging credit ratings abroad and reporting customers as international fugitives on Interpol's database.

17 August 2022

3 young Brits released from Dubai after rental car ‘episode’.

16 August 2022

Crispin Blunt expresses concern over lack of FCDO government intervention in overseas rights abuses against Brits.

27 July 2022

Asim Ghafoor, the former lawyer of Jamal Khashoggi, was arrested in Dubai while in transit on his way to Turkey.  Ghafoor, and American citizen, had been charged and convicted in absentia on charges of money laundering and sentenced to 3 years imprisonment; but it is bel...

17 July 2022

Press Release: Pilot detained in Dubai over WhatsApp text to ex is FREED

8 June 2022

Steve Long, the man who was arrested in Abu Dhabi because he was afraid, returns to England.The special forces veteran was arrested at Abu Dhabi’s international airport after expressing concerns there “could be a bomb on the plane”.  He was sentenced to a £104,000 fine, ...

11 April 2022