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Saudi Arabia has made known that it is "insulted" by the recent decision of the UK Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee to review British relations with it and with Bahrain. And by choosing Frank Gardner, the BBC security correspondent, as its intermediary, it ensured more publicity for its hurt feelings than it truly deserved.

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Leeds United have been compared to 'a young Pamela Anderson' by the man at the head of a proposed takeover of the west Yorkshire club.

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Riot police in Bahrain used water cannons and tear gas yesterday to disperse hundreds of anti-government protesters trying to reach a heavily guarded site that was once the hub of their uprising.

Bahrain court confirms doctors' jail terms

Bahrain's highest court yesterday confirmed the prison sentences given to nine doctors and nurses for their role in last year's pro-democracy uprising, a decision that could fuel further unrest in the Gulf state.

Sanya Richards-Ross celebrates victory in the 400m last night

Ohuruogu beaten again in repeat of London 2012 final

It was the same in the 1912 Olympic Stadium in Stockholm last night as it had been in the 2012 Olympic Stadium 12 days previously. When it came to the crunch in the women's 400m in the DN Galan Diamond League meeting, just as in the one-lap final in London, Christine Ohuruogu could not catch the American Sanya Richards-Ross.

Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab jailed for three years over 'illegal gatherings'

A prominent Bahraini human rights activist was found guilty yesterday of instigating and participating in several illegal gatherings and sentenced to three years in jail.

Soldier shot dead in Shi'ite area of Saudi Arabia

A Saudi soldier was shot dead patrolling an area populated by minority Shi'ite Muslims last night, the Interior Ministry said, and one of the gunmen was killed in the ensuing shoot-out.

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Golf boss frees Indian workers in Bahrain

St Andrews businessman intervened when he heard of construction firm's travel ban on expats

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Delay awarding Olympic medals for eight years, says biochemist

Medals won at the London Olympics should not handed out until 2020 because it will be years before testers can be sure that the athletes did not take drugs, a leading sports scientist has suggested.

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Bahrain's Interior Minister, Sheikh Rashid bin Abdullah al-Khalifa, met British officials last week

UK rolls out red carpet for Bahrain

Officials held private talks while UN criticised Gulf state on human rights

Trial of Bahrain protest boy Ali Hasan adjourned

A court has adjourned the case of an 11-year-old boy accused of taking part in anti-government protests. A verdict is now expected on 5 July.

Bahraini appeal court frees nine medics

An appeals court has sentenced nine medical staff accused of aiding last February's anti-government uprising to jail terms, while setting free another nine.

Protestors cheer as police let them leave the site of a student demonstration outside a reception for the Canada Grand Prix

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For the second time in four races, grand prix organisers are on red alert against the possibility of political disruption of their event.

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The jailed Bahraini hunger striker Abdulhadi al-Khawaja – who emerged as the face of the protests against the Grand Prix in the Gulf nation earlier this year – was set to end his strike last night, 110 days after he began refusing food.

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