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A former military officer is still detained months after speaking out in support of pro-reform protests in Bahrain.
Amnesty International's annual report details how the rise of social media is fuelling a new activism that repressive governments are struggling to control.
People first called for fundamental change in Tunisia at the end of 2010, the year covered by Amnesty International's latest annual worldwide survey of human rights ...
Report POL 10/012/2011
14 opposition figures who led and participated in the demonstrations in February and March in Bahrain went on trial before a military court today. All 14 defendants ...
Urgent Action MDE 11/026/2011
A military trial is under way for 21 porminent opposition activists in Bahrain charged with alleged crimes during recent pro-reform protests.
UPDATE: On 26 April 2011 Amnesty International reported that more than 30 health professionals, including doctors and nurses, had been arrested in Bahrain. The ...
Medical Action MDE 11/025/2011
The military trial of 21 prominent Bahraini opposition activists must meet international fair trial standards, Amnesty International said today.
'Abdulhadi Alkhawaja, a prominent human rights defender, has allegedly been tortured in detention and had to undergo surgery as a result of the injuries sustained ...
Urgent Action MDE 11/024/2011
The Bahraini government must end its relentless crackdown on human rights, Amnesty International said today after the country's parliament voted to extend a repressive ...