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Scenes From a Bahraini Burial

The Nation
02/20/2013

Ali Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Jaziri helps lower his son’s shrouded body into a grave as dozens of mourners crowd around. Many cover their noses and mouths to ward off the sting of tear gas wafting nearby. ... The US-based Physicians for Human Rights has described the Bahraini government’s policy on tear gas as unprecedented in the world, releasing a study last year that found police officers routinely fire volleys of canisters at point-blank range at crowds and into homes and vehicles.

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Rights Violations Still Common in Bahrain on Second Anniversary of Protest Movement

02/14/2013

Two years after political protests first erupted in Bahrain, the government continues to routinely violate the human rights of protesters, PHR said today.

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Eight Medical Professionals Dismissed from Bahrain Ministry of Health

01/31/2013

PHR condemns today’s decision by Bahrain’s Ministry of Health to dismiss from their ministry jobs eight medical professionals convicted in connection with providing medical care to protesters during the Arab Spring of 2011.

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Bahrain Convictions Provide Welcome — Though Still Rare — Measure of Justice

01/04/2013

The recent conviction of two Bahraini intelligence agents in the April 2011 beating death of a Shia businessman provides a welcome dose of justice in that troubled Gulf kingdom, PHR said today. But the seven-year sentences were very lenient, given the severity of the crime, and high-ranking officials who encouraged or condoned such behavior have still never been charged.

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Bahraini Regime Must Free Rights Activist

12/28/2012

PHR calls on the Bahraini regime to set free immediately a human rights activist detained this month while monitoring the actions of Bahraini security forces during a peaceful public demonstration in Manama.

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