Princess Latifa
Sheikh Mohammed has applied to the English High Court for custody of his two children from Jordanian wife Princess Haya after their separation was confirmed in the media.Leaked information from Haya’s side indicated that she was in fear for her life, the lives of her chi...
American detained in Dubai is not alone. Why does Dubai jail tourists?  UAE lobbying has suppressed criminality for over a decade and it is US citizens who pay.

16 April 2021

Ramadan started on Tuesday in Dubai, a time where prisoners are often pardoned and released.  But for most foreigners intertwined with the Emirati judicial process, this simply adds to the inherent delays.  Peter has been held in the UAE for almost two months after a rou...

15 April 2021

Dubai police arrest American man for possession of hashish consumed OUTSIDE the UAE

10 April 2021

Debt Enforcement & Management
There is a common misconception, even among debt experts, that Dubai banks don’t have a legal right to collect debts in other countries. Unfortunately this is just not true.

9 April 2021

A newly published report by The Daily Beast’s Adam Rawnsley details how Ras Al Khaimah used an Israeli private intelligence company to hack American and European citizens deemed enemies of the regime of Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi.

7 April 2021

Debt Enforcement & Management
Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai has written a letter to Dubai’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum, enclosing a heart breaking plea from Russian businesswoman Bika Magomedova.

6 April 2021

Debt Enforcement & Management
Knowing that Dubai treats debt as a criminal rather than a civil matter, many expats who find themselves in unexpected debt trouble prefer to leave the country before they can be jailed.

5 April 2021

The spotlight of the international media, human rights organisations, and western governments often falls upon the UAE, particularly in recent years. Attention, however, tends to focus on the emirates of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the smaller, lesser-known emirates are rarely ...

5 April 2021

Due Process International
Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, issued the following statement:

4 April 2021