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INTERPOL - ‘Urgent reform needed to prevent human rights abuses’, leading expert says

6 May 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

Debt Enforcement & Management
Bika, 49 and a 25 year resident of Dubai decided to open a bakery in JBR, an upmarket area in Dubai.  Bika, originally from Dagestan in Russia, chose a commercial real estate agent called Salwan LLC, a subsidiary of Dubai Properties.This was not Bika’s first business (sh...

25 March 2021

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

11 March 2021

News
Common myths explained by the debt team at Detained in Dubai.

31 December 2020

News
The UAE is one of the biggest abusers of the interpol database, which is used to issue Red Warrants for arresting people in other countries.

18 December 2020

News
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

Interpol & Extradition
Interpol has come under increased scrutiny over the past decade, as countries notorious for human rights violations, have abused their membership with Interpol to expand their powers of arrest beyond their borders, resulting in countless arrests that never should have ha...

12 November 2020

News
Extradition and Interpol expert Radha Stirling, who is representing Conor Howard, issued the following statement today:

3 September 2020