(ANSA) - ROME, APRIL 20 - The United Arab Emirates give urgent news on the fate of Princess Latifa, daughter of the powerful and very wealthy Emir Mohammed Rashid alMaktoum, "cared for at home" according to the Dubai authorities.
The UN reiterates this, reports the BBC, after a similar request in March and last February.
The official version of the royal family points out that the princess, 35, is being "cared for at home" by family members and doctors where she is "recovering" from a psychiatric health problem.
Last February, the princess luckily managed to send abroad some videos shot in secret and disseminated by the BBC in which she said she was "hostage" of the father, after a sensational and failed escape attempt in 2018,and asked for help. (HANDLE).