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Wounded Bahraini Treated in Home

Bahrain’s Highest Appeals Court Must Overturn Conviction of Medics

07/27/2012

The fate of six Bahraini medics who received prison sentences last month could be decided on Monday, July 30, when the country’s highest appeals court will hear their case.

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Syrian Man Shot Smuggling Medicine

Both Sides in Syrian Struggle Must Respect Medical Neutrality

07/26/2012

PHR condemns an alarming tendency by both sides of the violent conflict in Syria to seriously jeopardize the safety and neutrality of medical staff and facilities.

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Released Iranian AIDS Doctors Share their Story

Iranian Doctors Honored at AIDS Conference

Times Union
07/23/2012

Doctors Arash and Kamiar Alaei were honored at the International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC, on July 22 with the first Elizabeth Taylor award for their efforts to advocate for people with HIV and to prevent its transmission. PHR led a successful three-year international campaign to free the doctors following their arrest and imprisonment in their native Iran.

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Bahraini Doctors at Work

Bahrain Government Must Drop Misdemeanor Charges Against 28 Health Professionals

07/03/2012

The misdemeanor charges against 28 health professionals in Bahrain must be dropped. The health professionals have been charged with illegal gathering to protest against the regime. The medics’ sentences will be announced tomorrow, July 4, 2012, by the Lower Criminal Court.

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Bahraini Doctor in ER

Bahrain Government Must Not Arrest and Detain Convicted Medics

07/02/2012

The Government of Bahrain must set aside the recent convictions of 11 medics. Four of the 11 medics that were convicted of participating in and supporting unlicensed protests and rallies currently face arrest and detention.

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