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Bahraini photographer sentenced to ten years in prison

Accused of giving SIM cards to “terrorist” demonstrators and taking photos of anti-government protests, Mousawi was finally convicted yesterday in (...)

Published on 24 November 2015 Read


RSF demands justice for Bahraini journalist tortured in 2011

Nazeeha Saeed, who is the Bahrain correspondent of the French TV news channel France 24 and Radio Monte Carlo Doualiya, learned of the decision (...)

Published on 20 November 2015 Read


Renewed Calls for al-Singace Release as Protest Hits 200 Days

7 October 2015 marks the 200th day of Bahraini prisoner of conscience Dr Abduljalil al-Singace’s protest. Since 21 March, Dr al-Singace has (...)

Published on 7 October 2015 Read


RSF and 40 NGOs call for immediate release of Dr Abduljalil al-Singace

Bahraini prisoner of conscience Dr Abduljalil al-Singace today hits a milestone 160 days of hunger strike as rights organisations appeal for his (...)

Published on 27 August 2015 Read


Rights activist arrested over tweet about prison torture

The head of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR), Nabeel Rajab was arrested for a tweet about torture in Jaw prison that he posted a week (...)

Published on 7 April 2015 Read


Media freedom still under attack in Bahrain

The Bahraini authorities have been targeting photographers, cameramen and other news and information providers since 2011, and they continue to (...)

Published on 11 March 2015 Read


Free Nabeel Rajab Immediately and Unconditionally

The undersigned more than 100 organisations call for the immediate, unconditional release of detained human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, (...)

Published on 10 October 2014 Read


Wave of arbitrary arrests of dissident information providers

Freelance journalist, blogger and activist Ahmed Radhi was freed on 29 September after being held arbitrarily for four days but the Bahraini (...)

Published on 2 October 2014 Read

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