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Detention of Medics in Bahrain

Irish Times
10/19/2012

Irish-trained surgeons Ali Alekri and Ghassan Dhaif were recently arrested in a pre-dawn raids, then violently tortured over a four-month period. International human rights organisations, including Physicians for Human Rights, have all called upon the Bahraini authorities and king to overturn the sentences and release all six medics so treated last week.

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Bahrain continues to target Shia doctors

The Lancet
10/13/2012

PHR has called on Bahrain to stop the targeting of doctors who saw their jail sentences upheld last week (Oct 1) by the country's highest court for their role in treating protesters during political unrest last year.

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Hospitals, the new Bahraini battleground

Yahoo! News
10/09/2012

It seems hard to imagine that the situation in Bahrain, a small island country off the coast of Saudi Arabia, could be any more tense than it was when [Dan Rather was] there in late March. The Shia majority have been pushing for more rights, and the Sunni-backed rulers have been resisting with brutal efficiency.

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Bahrain court rejects medics' appeal

BBC
10/03/2012

The BBC reports on sentencing of 9 medics in Bahrain, using data from PHR's investigation.

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Rights Groups Slam Bahraini Court Ruling

Inter Press Service
10/03/2012

As previously freed doctors are sent back to prison in Bahrain, the Inter Press Service cites PHR's Richard Sollom. “It’s a black day for Bahrain when it imprisons physicians and other medical professionals whose only ‘crime’ was to carry out their ethical duty to care for sick and wounded people,” said Sollom.

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