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  • The United Nations human rights watchdog has asked the United Arab Emirates for more information about the status of Dubai's Sheikha Latifa on proof that she is alive.

  • Concerns have been raised after a video was published on Tuesday by the BBC's investigative news program Panorama, it said.

  • The footage shows Latifah who's one of the ruler of Dubai's daughters, saying that she was being held against her will in a barricaded villa.

  • The U.

  • N Liz Throttle told an online briefing.

  • They've asked for proof of life, given the seriousness concerns about Sheikha Latifa.

  • We have requested that the government that the government's response comes as a matter of priority.

  • We look forward to receiving on considering, uh this response on.

  • In the meantime, of course we will continue to monitor and assess the situation closely.

  • The U.

  • A E Foreign Ministry referred all enquiries to the Device Governments Media Office, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

  • My name is Latif al Maktoum.

  • Sheikha Latifa Bint Mohammed Al Maktoum drew international attention in 2018 when a human rights group released a video made by her in which she described an attempt to escape Dubai in the Panorama video that if it could be heard saying Quote, I am a hostage before adding the village she is in had been converted into a jail.

  • Reuters could not independently verify when or where the video was recorded.

The United Nations human rights watchdog has asked the United Arab Emirates for more information about the status of Dubai's Sheikha Latifa on proof that she is alive.

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U.N. concerned about Dubai's Sheikha Latifa

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