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Four Imprisoned Bahraini Medical Professionals Should be Released Immediately

04/25/2012

Today at his appellate court trial in Bahrain, hospital administrator Younis Ashoori could have been freed from arbitrary detention. The trumped up charges against him could have been overturned, proving to Bahrain’s citizens and the world that the Bahraini government would not dare to uphold a three-year conviction handed down last June by military court. Sadly, this was not the case.

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Bahraini Hunger Striker Force Fed? If So, It's Torture

03/31/2012

For the past seven weeks a well-known human rights activist in Bahrain has led a hunger strike protesting his imprisonment and torture at the hands of his captors. The forced feeding he has likely been subjected to is torture and must end immediately.

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In the News

Tear Gas or Lethal Gas? Bahrain’s Death Toll Mounts to 34

03/16/2012

PHR has compiled a list of 34 reported tear-gas-related deaths in Bahrain since the uprising began a year ago. Based on media and other accounts compiled for the period March 2011 through February, 2012, this report highlights the Government of Bahrain's oppressive use of tear gas.

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Proving Torture Allegations: Trouble with Bahraini Trial Continues

03/12/2012

Twenty medical professionals in Bahrain continue to fight for vindication from politically motivated charges against them. Last Thursday, Bahraini courts denied these medical personnel yet another form of justice.

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Current Work

Smoke and Mirrors in the Gulf Kingdom of Bahrain

03/02/2012

PHR's Richard Sollom protests new regulations by the Government of Bahrain limiting the length of time human rights organizations are allowed in the country to five working days.

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