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    Breaking: UN rights experts demand release of Dubai ruler’s missing daughter Princess Latifa
    NBS | Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 | Published: 1:12 pm

    Breaking: UN rights experts demand release of Dubai ruler’s missing daughter Princess Latifa

    UN experts have called on the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to provide information about a daughter of Dubai’s ruler and release her, more than two months after she said she was being held against her will at a barricaded villa in the Persian Gulf country.

    “We are alarmed that, following the public release in February of footage in which Sheikha Latifa reported being deprived of her liberty against her will, and the subsequent official request for further information on her situation, no concrete information has been provided by the authorities,” the independent UN human rights experts said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

    The experts — who include the UN investigators on torture and on violence against women — added, “The statement issued by the Emirates authorities’ merely indicating that she was being ‘cared for at home’ is not sufficient at this stage.”

    The experts called “for independent verification of the conditions under which she is being held, and for her immediate release.”

    The UN experts also raised concerns with the Emirati government about Princess Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum’s “alleged enforced disappearance and incommunicado detention.”

    “Her continued incommunicado detention can have harmful physical and psychological consequences and may amount to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment,” they said in the statement.

    Back in February, 35-year-old Sheikha Latifa said in a video broadcast by the BBC’s investigative news program Panorama that she was being held “hostage” in a locked villa surrounded by police.

    “I am a hostage and this villa has been converted into a jail,” she said at the time. “All the windows are barred shut, I can’t open any window.”

    The UAE princess said she was making the video in the bathroom of the villa, which is the only room she could lock herself into.

    Appearing alert and speaking calmly, Latifa said in the video that there were police officers stationed outside and inside the villa. “I just want to be free,” she noted.

    The UN says the UAE has failed to provide compelling proof that Sheikha Latifa — last seen in late 2018 — is still alive.

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