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Category : Bahrain
Press freedom must not be used as a bargaining chip
The call by four Arab states -- UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Egypt -- for Qatar to close news network Al Jazeera is clearly motivated by a desire to control the media in the region.
Formula 1 must reconsider plans for Bahrain race as crackdown intensifies
Index on Censorship has joined with international organisations to urge Formula 1 to address restrictions on peaceful protesters and journalists in Bahrain.
Protester arrested during demonstration at Bahrain Embassy in London
The director of advocacy at the Bahrain Institute for Human Rights and Democracy stepped onto the embassy’s steps and was arrested a few minutes later
London protest marks a year in prison for Nabeel Rajab
Human rights activist Nabeel Rajab has been in prison in Bahrain for a full year for expressing opinions. During this time, he has been primarily held in solitary confinement
Groups urge UN members to call for freedom for Bahraini human rights defender
On the one-year anniversary of Nabeel Rajab's arrest, Index on Censorship joins 14 international NGOs to call for his release
Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab approaches one year in prison without sentencing
Next week marks one year since the Bahraini human rights activist and Index on Censorship award winner Nabeel Rajab was imprisoned on charges for which he has yet to be sentenced
Bahrain: Press freedom groups call for lifting of Al Wasat suspension
Press freedom organisations and local Bahraini groups have raised alarm today over the suspension of Bahrain's only independent newspaper, Al Wasat, which has been barred from publishing for three days now.
Bahrain must end arbitrary suspension of independent newspaper
Index on Censorship joined with international human rights organisations to strongly condemn the arbitrary suspension of Bahrain's Al Wasat newspaper.
#WeHearYou: Use your voice to support Bahrain’s political prisoners
In Bahrain, you are not allowed to call for freedom or democracy. If you do you will be punished by the monarchy who has been ruling the country for the last 230 years: The Al-Khalifa
Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab’s son talks to Index about his father’s “unbreakable” spirit
Adam Rajab, the son of the prominent Bahraini human rights activist, says his father "is sacrificing himself to see a country which respects human rights"
Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab trial postponed until 12 June
The trial of the Bahraini human rights activist has been postponed until 12 June 2017, one day shy of a year since he was detained
Dear Nabeel: We are with you
As Nabeel Rajab approaches a year in detention for exercising free speech, Index on Censorship expresses its solidarity with the 2012 Freedom of Expression Award winner.
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