What happened to the missing Dubai Princess?

The UN says the United Arab Emirates has failed to provide compelling proof that Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed al-Maktoum – the missing daughter of Dubai’s ruler, last seen in late 2018 – is still alive. The UAE last month said Princess Latifa was being cared for at home by family and medical professionals.

Did they find the Dubai Princess?

Sheikh Mohammed, Princess Latifa’s father, declined to comment through legal representatives, but he has maintained in court records that he rescued the princess.

Can you hold hands in public in Dubai?

– Public displays of affection should be minimal – holding hands is acceptable but kissing and hugging in public is not. – Noise disruptions, bad language, making obscene gestures and showing disrespect in any way to Dubai’s religion or its leaders are all forbidden and may land you in legal trouble.

Is there FBI in Dubai?

The FBI officially opened its legal attache office in Abu Dhabi in 2004, in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, to track leads in the far-reaching, global investigation. The FBI’s Dubai office opened after that.

Why is Princess Latifa being detained?

In videos that were published by the BBC on Tuesday, Princess Latifa, the daughter of Dubai’s ruler, has alleged kidnapping. She claims she is being kept hostage by her father in a villa converted into a jail, and adds she has no access to medical aid.

Is the escape from Dubai a true story?

Escape from Dubai: The Mystery of the Missing Princess (BBC Two) has already made headlines, and no wonder – it is an extraordinary documentary, and tells a story so astonishing that at times even its participants are forced to admit that events sound far-fetched.

Who is the daughter of the ruler of Dubai?

Princess Latifa is the daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates. She is one of 30 children, and the second who is known to have tried to escape from the “gilded cage” of her life.

How is Princess Latifa of Dubai being cared for?

Dubai’s Royal Family says Princess Latifa is ‘being cared for at home’ after the BBC obtained secretly-recorded videos in which the 35-year-old daughter of Sheikh Mohammed accused them of holding her hostage since she tried to flee in 2018.

Is the missing princess of Dubai still missing?

It’s not the first time the subject of Princess Latifa has been covered on a news programme and highly likely, it won’t be the last. Over two years on from the BBC Two documentary Escape from Dubai: The Mystery of the Missing Princess the troubling issue has resurfaced.