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Less than a week ago, a 15-year-old sex trade victim turned to Dubai Police to free her from her captors after she managed to escape with the assistance of a client. Captain Ahmad Obaid Bin Hadibah, Head of Dubai Police’s Department of Combating Human Trafficking, told Gulf News the section handled 15 cases of human trafficking in the first nine months of this year, which is close to the figure dealt with in the same period in 2008

A video tape smuggled out of the United Arab Emirates shows a member of the country’s royal family mercilessly torturing a man with whips, electric cattle prods and wooden planks with protruding nails.

Crime bosses are fleeing to the United Arab Emirates state because there is no extradition treaty with the UK.

They are also using the property market there as an easy way to launder their millions.

Vince Acors and Michelle Palmer, the two Brits convicted for copulating on the sands of Dubai’s golden beaches, will evade jail time as a local appeals court ruled Tuesday. The only question is, in going without penalty for their lasciviousness on UAE public territories, and flaunting the laws of a foreign legal system, are they not also evading justice?

Police have arrested a Chinese gang who kidnapped and tortured a businessman as they demanded Dh20 million for his release. In an early morning operation on November 18, Dubai Police led a special unit in simultaneous raids on flats in Ajman and Fujairah and arrested eight members of the gang, including a woman who tried stopping police with knives.