'King Hamad presumably enjoyed his ringside seat at the Queen’s birthday bash, but the disturbing reality for people back in Bahrain is a never-ending cycle of arrests'
Exclusive: Human rights campaigners outraged after accusing regime of targeting protesters during Arab Spring
I sit here in the dark in prison cell 19, I look past my baby at the shining prison bars. This is a new prison, new walls, new paint and new metal bars
The freelance journalist Anna Therese Day and three of her camera crew were covering the anniversary of one of the largest Arab Spring uprisings
The post-execution flare-up is an alarming development, but it springs from decades of mutual suspicion and violent conflict by proxy.
The divisions date back to the years immediately after the Prophet Mohammed’s death
Key Saudi allies cite 'Iran's continued interference in the Gulf and Arab countries'
Elsewhere, demonstrators carrying pictures of the Shi’ite cleric were involved in a clash with police in the Bahraini village of Abu-Saiba
'They can send me anywhere, but not Bahrain'
Ali Isa Hasan, who has depression and sickle cell anaemia, fled to Britain amid fears he faced imprisonment and torture
The major strategic shift has dismayed human rights campaigners
Farida Ghulam and her husband are key members of Waad, a secular left-wing party that has called for a constitutional monarchy and an elected prime minister in the tiny Gulf kingdom
The man – described as 'connected to the Bahrain royal family' – was found to be a central player in a huge fraud committed by the big aluminium business, Alcoa
A major anti-corruption trial involving a billionaire Labour donor who is a friend of Tony Blair collapsed yesterday following an embarrassing error by the Serious Fraud Office.
The involvement of the Bahraini Sheikh Salman bin Ibrahim al-Khalifa as a leading figure in Fifa’s committee that will determine whether the 2022 World Cup finals should be moved from its traditional summer date is a controversial one given previous allegations made against him over human rights issues.
Bahraini police fired tear gas and birdshot at demonstrators today, witnesses said, as protests called by activists to press demands for democratic change in the US-allied Gulf kingdom turned violent.