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Reporters Without Borders: Bahrain cracks down on dissent

Reporters Without Borders: Bahrain cracks down on dissent

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (6:30 PM) – Media rights group Reporters Without Borders (commonly known by their French acronym RSF) has denounced what it calls ruthless suppression of minorities, political dissidents and campaigners by the government of Bahrain. According to the Paris-based ...

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Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain About Us Countries Campaigns Reports Events UN Complaint Program عربي Search for: Search … Search Home » Bahrain ADHRB Sends Letters to US Government Requesting Inquiry into Sheikh Nasser’s Rights Record

Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain   About Us Countries Campaigns Reports Events UN Complaint Program عربي Search for: Search …  Search Home » Bahrain ADHRB Sends Letters to US Government Requesting Inquiry into Sheikh Nasser’s Rights Record

Today, 1 November 2017, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) submitted open letters to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense James Mattis raising our concerns over deepening American security ties with the Government of ...

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Bahrain charges opposition leader with ‘spying’

Bahrain charges opposition leader with ‘spying’

Bahrain has charged the leader of the country’s outlawed main opposition party with “spying” and suggested the 2011 Arab Spring protests that gripped the country were instigated by a “foreign country”. Bahrain’s public prosecutor charged Ali Salman, secretary-general of the al-Wefaq ...

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Even the Smallest Gulf Economy Is Too Big to Fail

Even the Smallest Gulf Economy Is Too Big to Fail

Its economy is 5 percent the size of Saudi Arabia’s, but analysts are betting the kingdom won’t let its neighbor’s financial woes morph into a Gulf crisis. https://www.bloomberg.com/267335b2-3de3-4e27-a271-3808ccfa58ae Bahrain, one of the most vulnerable economies in the Gulf Cooperation Council ...

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Bahrain: Activists’ Kin Convicted in Flawed Trial

Bahrain: Activists’ Kin Convicted in Flawed Trial

Coerced Confessions, ‘Confidential Sources’ (Beirut) – A criminal court in Manama on October 30, 2017, sentenced three relatives of a prominent exiled Bahraini human rights defender to three years in prison on terrorism-related charges, Human Rights Watch said today. The judicial process ...

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