Nasser bin Hamad Meets with British Military Chief of Staff in London to Discuss “Military Cooperation”
Head of the Bahraini Royal Guard Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa visited the UK Chief of Defence Staff in London.
Saudi Crown Prince to Visit Britain on March 7 : May's Spokesman
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will begin a visit to Britain on March 7 which will include talks with Prime Minister Theresa May on topics such as extremism and societal reform, May's spokesman said on Tuesday.
British University to Open in Bahrain this Year
The Manchester Evening News website said that Bahrain will witness the opening of a new university “British University Bahrain” later this year, in partnership with University of Salford.
Activist Sam Walton: Bahrain Sees Any Democracy Call as Direct Threat to Ruling Family
The British human rights defender Sam Walton said that any democracy call in Bahrain is considered a direct threat to the ruling family, because the government mainly consists of Al Khalifa.
Bahraini Interior Minister Meets with British Counterpart in London, Commends Designating Bahraini Groups as Terrorist Organizations
Bahrain's Interior Minister Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa left for London, where he met his British counterpart Amber Rudd, as part of his official visit to the UK.
BBC: Ofcom Fines Al Arabiya News Channel for Serious Infringement of Bahraini Dissident’s Privacy
British communications regulator, Ofcom, fined Al Arabiya News Channel £120,000 after the channel violated the privacy of a prominent Bahraini national, Hassan Mushaima, reported BBC Arabic.
UK Regulator Fines Al Arabiya News £120,000 for Bahraini Torture Victim Hassan Mushaima Interview
Arabic language channel Al Arabiya News has been fined £120,000 for breaching broadcasting standards on fairness and privacy after broadcasting an interview with Bahraini survivor of torture, Hassan Mushaima. UK Regulator Fines Al Arabiya Ne
British Higher Education Academy under Pressure over Bahrain Links
The UK's Higher Education Academy is under pressure to cut ties with Bahrain after academics warned that its activities in the country pose a "serious ethical and reputational risk" for the organisation, said Ellie Bothwell in an article published on Times Higher Education.
British Organization Urges Boris Johnson to Intervene to Halt Executions in Bahrain
The British human rights Reprieve organization urged, in a statement it published on its website, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to intervene to halt repression in Bahrain, including the planned execution of political protesters.
Amnesty Accuses Bahrain Embassy in Britain of Lying: Serious Misrepresentation of Facts
In response to erroneous statements by the Bahraini embassy in London about the organization’s planned work on Bahrain, Amnesty International issued a statement on (January 11, 2018) clarifying its recent discussions with the embassy and urged the authorities in general to respond positively to human rights concerns it raises and to its repeated requests for access to the country for it and other human rights organizations
Passengers on Saudi Arabia Airlines Allowed to Bring Electronics on Flights to UK
Saudi Arabia announced on Friday that passengers traveling on its airlines to the United Kingdom would once again be allowed to carry on electronic devices, reversing a ban put in place earlier this year for security reasons.
Bahrain Opposition Bloc Criticizes UK Gov’t for Providing Political Cover for Regime in Bahrain
Bahrain Opposition Bloc in Britain called on the British government to open up to Bahraini opposition forces instead of supporting the political regime in Bahrain.
VIDEO-PHOTOS: Activists Rally outside Bahrain's Embassies in London & Washington to Demand Nabeel Rajab’s Release
Dozens of rights activists participated in two protests held outside the Bahraini embassies in the British capital London and the US capital, Washington.
UK Court Finds for Dana Gas Creditors in $700 Million Islamic Bond Case
A London High Court judge has ruled in favour of creditors in a dispute over whether United Arab Emirates energy company Dana Gas must repay $700 million (£529.6 million) of Islamic bonds.
British Minister Answers Questions about UK policy towards Bahrain
British Minister of State for the Commonwealth and the UN at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, responded on Tuesday (November 7, 2017) to Lord Scriven's questions about human rights and government policies towards Bahrain.
Top British Military Official Visits Bahrain, Meets with Crown Prince, Interior Minister and Commander-in-Chief
A high-ranking British military official visiting Bahrain met with a number of Bahraini officials, namely Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad, Interior Minister Rashid Al Khalifa, Commander-in-Chief Khalifa bin Hamad and National Guard Director of Staff Abdulaziz bin Saud Al Khalifa.
Bahrain Commander-in-Chief Receives Top British Military Official
Commander-in-Chief of the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF) Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa met with a high-ranking British military official, reported the Bahrain News Agency (BNA).
Rights Groups Urge UK to Request Bahrain Free Activist's Relatives
A group of 13 human rights organizations urged the British government to call for the release of three Bahrainis detained in the Gulf State, saying they were being punished because they were relatives of a London-based activist and his wife.
UK Minister Visits Bahrain, Meets Crown Prince and Other Officials
UK Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa, Alistair Burt, arrived in Bahrain from Saudi Arabia, and met a number of officials including the Crown Prince.
UK PM May's Office: Britain and France to Work to Enforce Iran Nuclear Deal
Britain and France are firmly committed to a 2015 Iranian nuclear deal and will work to ensure it is enforced, British Prime Minister Theresa May’s office said on Monday after she spoke to French President Macron.