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Critics blast 'surreal' Bahrain Grand Prix

Deutsche Welle

With the F1 circus underway in Bahrain, business and tourists are pouring back into the tiny Gulf Kingdom. But the gleaming cars and cheering race crowds are in stark contrast to what’s going on behind the scenes. PHR's Richard Sollom is quoted in this Deutsche Welle story on Bahrain.

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Tank at College of Health Sciences, Salmaniya Medical Complex, Bahrain

Bahrain: Investigation Reveals Indiscriminate Use of Tear Gas


Upon returning from an investigation in Bahrain, PHR criticized the Government’s indiscriminate and systematic use of tear gas against civilian protesters and densely populated Shia neighborhoods. PHR calls for the immediate suspension of the use of this toxic gas because of its suspected severe health impact on the population.

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Bahraini Doctors at Work

Arab Spring doctors in the crosshairs

Global Post

Richard Sollom of PHR writes in Global Post about attacks on doctors and patients in the Arab Spring, "When governments attack their doctors, it has a chilling effect on the whole society. The sick and wounded are afraid to seek care — even for life-threatening illnesses. For every doctor a government kills or disappears, hundreds of patients go without treatment. This multiplier effect impacts society for years."

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Bahraini Doctors at Work

Press Release

Release of 8 Medical Reports on Treatment of Bahraini Medics Proves Torture


After much delay, a Bahraini court released forensic medical documentation of eight medics who were tortured in detention. Today during the continuing trial of 20 health workers who are charged as alleged backers of pro-democracy protests, the court released medical evaluations of eight medics.

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Tank at College of Health Sciences, Salmaniya Medical Complex, Bahrain

PHR Continues Calls For Fair Trials of Bahrain Medics


Despite a recent report that Bahrain’s Attorney General intended to drop the charges against 15 medics, today, the judge and prosecutor in the medics’ trial said any decision regarding the dropping of charges will need to be made in court.

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