Human Rights Watch urges UAE to revise abuse laws

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Human Rights Watch urges UAE to revise abuse laws
5th August 2014

Londoner Tess Kazim, who was a victim of domestic abuse in United Arab Emirites, speaks to Rhian Hughes.


Afsana Lachaux tells us about her experience of living in an abusive relationship and how the application of UAE law resulted in her son being taken from her.

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