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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

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Two US citizens and one Emirati have been charged with acting and conspiring to act as agents of the UAE between April 2016 and April 2018, without registering as lobbyists for a foreign government. One American, Thomas Joseph Barrack, is also charged with making false s...

22 July 2021

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The Gulf in Justice Podcast is producing a special 10 part exposé on Ras Al Khaimah with the ruler's former advisor, Dr Khater Massaad.  The never heard before material will be available on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts and YouTube.

2 July 2021

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

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