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Bahrain must release a prominent human rights defender whose conviction for involvement in anti-government protests has been upheld by an appeal court.
Bahrain urged to release a prominent human rights defender whose conviction for involvement in anti-government protests has been upheld.
The men were convicted by a military court last year after participating in peaceful anti-government protests.
13 opposition activists and prisoners of conscience must be released immediately by the Bahrain authorities, Amnesty International said today ahead of a court decision ...
Bahraini human rights activist Sayed Yousif Almuhafdah was released on 16 November and the charges against him were dropped.
Urgent Action MDE 11/067/2012
Bahrain is facing a stark choice between the rule of law, or sliding into a downward spiral of repression and instability.
On the first anniversary of the BICI report, Amnesty International continues to call for true justice and accountability in Bahrain. The Bahraini government must ...
Report MDE 11/062/2012
Bahrain is facing a stark choice between the rule of law, or sliding into a downward spiral of repression and instability, Amnesty International warned in a new ...
Three Bahraini men have been handed down prison sentences for allegedly insulting the King of Bahrain in messages posted on their Twitter accounts. A fourth man ...
Urgent Action MDE 11/065/2012
The Bahraini authorities today stripped 31 opposition figures of their Bahraini nationality in a move described by Amnesty International as “frightening and chilling ...