Christchurch dad ordered to return kids to UAE after unlawful detention

A Christchurch man has been ordered to return his children to Abu Dhabi after the High Court found he was detaining them in New Zealand illegally. The man and his wife had been living in Abu Dhabi with the children, aged 8 and 4, since December 2015.
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