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Detained in Dubai Updates for October / November 2015

1 December 2020

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"It is no secret that UAE banks have stepped up their efforts to enforce debts internationally and of course, there is nothing wrong with that.  The world is becoming smaller and people don’t expect that a simple relocation will alleviate them of their contractual obliga...

30 November 2020

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In May of 2018, British national Ryan Cornelius was coming to the end of a 10 year prison sentence in Dubai when he was unexpectedly brought by police to a judge’s office where he was informed that his punishment was being extended another 20 years.  He was further told ...

30 November 2020

Interpol & Extradition
A UK based NGO has secured the release of a British woman, who declines to be named, after a month under arrest in Italy, waiting to hear if she would be extradited to serve a lengthy term in a Dubai desert jail. Her crime? She simply fell behind on her credit card payme...

30 November 2020

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Qatar offers up Asian and African workers like real life slaves. It is a kin to human trafficking when someone like Jonnadula agrees to take a job as a chauffeur then ends up forced to work a hard labour job without his consent. He is not allowed to leave the country, hi...

29 November 2020

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INTERPOL’s global reputation been damaged over the last decade due to their negligence in allowing member countries to misuse the international law enforcement organisation. More specifically, serious questions have been raised regarding transparency, as Interpol’s top f...

29 November 2020

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Influential Emiratis have cheated expats out of their businesses, cash and assets by falsifying criminal charges and even having them wrongfully jailed. Initially such abuses seemed isolated but are now accepted to be endemic. Foreign governments are being asked to warn ...

29 November 2020

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Dr WA a highly respected German neurosurgeon, along with US, UAE and UK medical colleagues is concerned that The UAE is not meeting international standards of medical care. This puts UAE patients’ health at risk, and doctors at risk of criminal negligence cases, even whe...

29 November 2020

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Bus driver Mr Black was forced to flee the UAE to support his daughter when her marriage to a local man became unbearable. He left his life and business behind when he returned to Scotland to start anew at the age of 60. Black suffers from chronic asbestosis, and has str...

29 November 2020

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In July a British woman was arrested in Italy for an Interpol Red Notice because of an unpaid credit card. She was held for 30 days facing the prospect of extradition to the UAE to face imprisonment.  In August a British man was detained by Interpol in Germany for a simi...

29 November 2020

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