News
Radha Stirling hails Azima Judgment in RAK case

8 July 2022

News
A case that began with a feud in the United Arab Emirates, stretched from the U.S. to India and is now playing out in the British courts offers a rare glimpse into the anatomy of a hack-and-leak operation’ reported the New York Times Business section. The NYT report anal...

24 October 2021

News
UAE corruption to be exposed by a team of investigative journalists and certified fraud examiners working with Detained in Dubai and their clients.

16 June 2021

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

6 May 2021

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

6 May 2021

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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

Princess Latifa
The United Nations in its own right, may not have the influence or power to secure the freedom of a person who has been kidnapped or detained without due process. They may not be able to act to stop human rights violations or even torture, and they may be slow to process...

18 March 2021

Due Process International
Due Process on trial in Bangladesh as British courts expose hacking, forced confessions and torture being used in Dhaka's High Court.

11 March 2021

News
UK courts expose UAE hacking, forced confessions & torture

9 March 2021

News
Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi seeks to woo Bangladesh’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, Shahriar Alam, MP in Khater Massaad case, raising egregious human rights issues

3 March 2021

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