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Dubai’s double standards put Sheikh Maktoum under pressure

By DW
22 February 2021   |   11:00 am
The United Arab Emirate's carefully administered public image is taking a different turn. Growing calls for evidence that Princess Latifa is alive reflect the Emirate's double standards on human rights.

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