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Bahrain's Public Prosecutor has ordered the re-trial of 20 doctors and health workers handed prison terms by a military court of up to 15 years.
Twenty health professionals were sentenced by a military court in Bahrain on 29 September to between five and 15 years in prison. Amnesty International ...
Urgent Action MDE 11/053/2011
A military court in Manama today found a group of doctors and other health workers guilty of attempting to topple the government during protests earlier ...
A military court in Bahrain has sentenced 20 medics to long prison sentences on charges of attempting to topple the government during protests.
After a flawed trial and appeal, Bahrain's military justice system has upheld the guilty verdict against a group of prominent opposition activists.
The decision today by a Bahrain military court to uphold the guilty verdicts against a group of prominent opposition activists exposes yet again the inherent ...
A military appeal court in Bahrain upheld the sentences of 14 opposition figures, all civilians, who led and participated in demonstrations in February ...
Urgent Action MDE 11/052/2011
A military court in Bahrain is due to rule on the appeal of 14 opposition activists jailed for their alleged role in pro-reform protests.
The former president and vice-president of the Bahrain Teachers' Association (BTA) have been sentenced by a military court in Bahrain to 10 and three ...
Urgent Action MDE 11/051/2011
A group of Bahraini women and girls have been subjected to beatings and other ill-treatment after their arrest at a Manama mall amid protests on Friday ...