Bahrain: "Protester" jailed after unfair trial: Ghazi Ebrahim Farhan
A Bahraini businessman sentenced to three years in prison by a military court in June after he was convicted of participating in protests, is still awaiting a date for his appeal. Amnesty International believes he could be a prisoner of conscience.
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