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Princess Latifa: New picture appears to clearly show ‘missing’ princess

If legit, the photo would signify the very first time Princess Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum has been found in public given that she claimed in online video messages acquired by the BBC and shared with CNN that she was being held hostage by her father in the United Arab Emirates.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum has continuously denied these claims.

The picture, uploaded to Instagram two times in the past, appears to have been taken in the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai.

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CNN could not independently validate the authenticity of the picture. The picture was posted on an in the beginning general public account of a man or woman with a one put up that has since switched to non-public.

The picture exhibits 3 women of all ages in what appears to be the Mall of the Emirates with a VOX Cinemas ad powering them for the movie “Demon Slayer: Mugen Teach,” examining “Coming Could 13.”

David Haigh, co-founder of the Totally free Latifa marketing campaign and Detained International, said: “We ensure that there have been various probably important and good developments in the marketing campaign. We do not intend to comment further at this phase, a more assertion will be issued at the correct time.”

UN human rights professionals demanded in April that the UAE govt supply “significant information” regarding Princess Latifa’s instances.