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1 Jul, 2011

In divided Bahrain, students pay price for protests

By Erika Solomon MANAMA | Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:22am EDT reuters.com (Reuters) - As the summer heat sets in, most university students in Bahrain are eagerly looking forward...

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30 Jun, 2011

Amnesty International: Bahrain: Investigation into rights abuses welcomed

30 June 2011 An independent commission set up by the King of Bahrain to investigate alleged human rights abuses during recent protests in the country is a significant step...

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30 Jun, 2011

UN rights chief trusts Bahrain probe to meet standards

(AFP) – 30 June 2011 GENEVA — The UN's human rights chief welcomed Thursday Bahrain's move to launch an independent probe of recent unrest and said she was confident it would...

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30 Jun, 2011

Bahraini King Announces Royal Investigation, Committee

POMED Wire - 29 June 2011 King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa of Bahrain issued a royal decree (text) today establishing a committee to investigate the”incidents that happened in...

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28 Jun, 2011

Alaa Shehabi: My husband was abducted by Bahrain 'security'

One woman's personal ordeal describes how her husband was jailed following a military trial. Alaa Shehabi 25 Jun 2011 First published on english.aljazeera.net For the...

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28 Jun, 2011

HRF: Sham Trials in Bahrain Prove Need for Greater U.S. Pressure

By Robert Joyce Human Rights Defenders Program 28 June 2011 On Wednesday a military court in Bahrain announced its latest outrage. Twenty-one activists were sentenced in...

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27 Jun, 2011

Abuses and Trials Continue in Bahrain

The POMED WIRE June 27, 2011 The trial of 28 doctors and nurses resumed today, with the judge refusing to allow defense witnesses to testify. The state-run Bahrain News...

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25 Jun, 2011

FIFA ask Bahrain to explain jail term

25 June 2011 The Bahrain Football Association faces being frozen out by FIFA after Bahrain international Mohamed Hubail was imprisoned on Thursday. The Bahrain Football...

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25 Jun, 2011

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) 'concern' at plight of medics

June 25, 2011 JAMIE SMYTH Social Affairs Correspondent THE ROYAL College of Surgeons in Ireland has expressed “deep concerns for the rights of detained medical personnel...

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24 Jun, 2011

Gilmore condemns jailing for life of Bahraini activists

MARY FITZGERALD, Foreign Affairs Correspondent June 23, 2011 TÁNAISTE AND Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore has said he is “appalled” by the severity of the life...

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