Elsewhere, demonstrators carrying pictures of the Shi’ite cleric were involved in a clash with police in the Bahraini village of Abu-Saiba
Pilot survives after plane suffered technical fault
The Gulf Cooperation Council has agreed to introduce VAT following costly military campaigns and a drop in global oil prices
In one case, a detainee in the report describes an officer shoving something under his nose and being told it was “the blood of people who don’t co-operate
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
Court says release of document could damage relations with key Gulf ally
The idea peddled by the UK that the country is reforming is a complete myth
For the third day running in Jerez, Red Bull were forced to bring an early end to their test.
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.
Authorities in bid to prevent reporting of mass protests demanding democratic rights in the island kingdom
Deal worth £700,000 signed with regime guilty of using excessive forces against pro-democracy activists
Many are against Bahrain hosting the race
Government accused of rounding up troublemakers ahead of lucrative Grand Prix
F1 supremo refuses to postpone Grand Prix in the face of protests and threats of violence
Bahrain has been accused of arbitrarily detaining potential trouble-makers in house-to-house raids ahead of next month's Formula One Grand Prix, an event which will throw an international spotlight on the handling of anti-government protesters in the Kingdom.
Ruling family have held on to power in the face of two years of protests inspired by the Arab Spring