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Bahrain court rejects medics' appeal

10/01/2012

Bahrain's highest court has upheld the prison sentences given to nine medics for their alleged role in last year's pro-democracy protests, officials say.

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Bahrain's Highest Court Upholds Medics' Convictions; PHR Condemns Decision

10/01/2012

PHR strongly condemns today’s refusal by Bahrain’s highest appeals court to overturn prison sentences for nine medical professionals convicted as a result of providing medical care last year to people protesting against the country’s regime.

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Government of Bahrain Charges Two Officers with Torture of Medics

09/19/2012

PHR welcomes the decision this week by the Bahraini public prosecutor to charge two police officers in connection with the torture of medical professionals arrested during popular protests a year and a half ago.

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U.S. must reject Bahrain's nominee for the UN Human Rights Council

FreedomHouse.org
09/06/2012

PHR and 13 other human rights organizations signed this letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton encouraging the US to oppose the Bahraini government’s nomination of Saeed Mohammed al-Faihani for a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Advisory Committee, saying his appointment would undercut US efforts to bolster the reputation and credibility of that body.

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UK Parliament's Early Day Motion Condemns Bahrain's Use of Teargas Against Civilians

parliament.uk
09/03/2012

Referencing PHR's report Weaponizing Tear Gas, the UK Parliament calls upon the UK government to "ensure that human rights concerns form the centre-point of all discussions with the Bahraini government until such time that the human rights situation in that country improves."

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