Situation Getting Harsher, Bahrainis no Longer Able to Express their Pain: Al-Wefaq
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society stressed that the human rights, humanitarian and political situation in Bahrain today is darker and much worse.
U.N. Unable to Verify that Weapons Used in Saudi Oil Attack were from Iran
The United Nations is "unable to independently corroborate" that missiles and drones used in attacks on Saudi oil facilities in September "are of Iranian origin," Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Tuesday.
Iran Commits New Breach of Fraying Nuclear Deal, Expands Enrichment: IAEA
Iran has committed another breach of its nuclear deal with major powers by enriching uranium with advanced centrifuges, a report by the U.N. nuclear watchdog policing that deal said on Thursday, further fraying the landmark accord.
Many States Inflict Serious Cruelty on Rights Activists: U.N.
One-quarter of U.N. member states have carried out suspected reprisals against activists who cooperate with the world body on human rights issues, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday.
U.S., France, Britain may be Complicit in Yemen War Crimes, U.N. Report Says
The United States, Britain and France may be complicit in war crimes in Yemen by arming and providing intelligence and logistics support to a Saudi-led coalition that starves civilians as a war tactic, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
A Letter from Bahrain’s Top Students to Dr. Koumbou Boly, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education
On January 24, Bahrain Mirror published a report directed at UNESCO entitled "The scary numbers UNESCO should address on International Day of Education". The report talked about the discrimination practiced with regards to educational scholarships in Bahrain. Unfortunately, the tragedy is being repeated now.
Activists Condemn "Toxic" Security Relationship between Bahrain and Britain
An Arab Spring activist has slammed Britain's "toxic" security relationship with Bahrain after it emerged that the head of the Gulf dictatorship's military has been attending high-level talks in London.
Poverty Non-Existent in Bahrain: Undersecretary for International Affairs
The Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs Undersecretary for International Affairs Abdullah bin Ahmed Al Khalifa said that the poverty and hunger are non-existent in Bahrain.
British Links to Bahrain under Pressure after Four Deaths and Embassy Arrest
Britain's links to the Bahraini dictatorship are back in the spotlight after a dramatic weekend in which three prisoners were executed, a protester died in suspicious circumstances and a dissident occupied the roof of the country's embassy in London, the Morning Star newspaper reported.
UN Strongly Condemns Execution of Ali Al-Arab and Ahmad Al-Malali, Calls on Bahrain to Abolish Death Penalty
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights strongly condemned the execution of two Bahraini citizens, Ali Mohamed Hakeem Al-Arab, 25, and Ahmed Isa Al-Malali, 24, and called on the authorities in Manama to abolish the death penalty.
Bahrain Executes Three People, despite Human Rights Outcry: The Guardian
Bahrain has executed three people convicted in two separate cases, one a case of "terrorism" and killing a police officer, and the second related to the killing of a mosque imam.
UN Expert Urges Bahrain to Halt Executions of Al-Arab and Al-Malali amid Torture Allegations
A UN human rights expert said Bahrain must halt the reportedly imminent execution of two men who were sentenced to death on the basis of confessions allegedly obtained through torture, and after trials which appear not to have fulfilled guarantees of fairness and due process.
U.N. Calls out Saudi Arabia, UAE for not Paying Yemen Aid Pledges
United Nations aid chief Mark Lowcock called out Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Thursday for only paying a "modest proportion" of the hundreds of millions of dollars they pledged five months ago to a humanitarian appeal for Yemen.
Has "The Sacrificial Lamb' Arrived?" U.N. Cites New Recordings in Khashoggi Murder
Moments before Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed and dismembered last October, two of his suspected murderers waiting at the kingdom's Istanbul consulate fretted about the task at hand, according to a U.N. report published on Wednesday.
Saudi Crown Prince Linked to Khashoggi Murder in U.N. Report
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other senior officials should be investigated over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi given credible evidence against them, a U.N. rights investigator said on Wednesday.
U.N. Rights Investigator to Issue Report on Khashoggi Murder
The United Nations extrajudicial executions investigator, Agnes Callamard, will issue her report on the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Wednesday, a statement said.
Yemen's Houthis to Allow U.N. to Inspect Ships in Hodeidah: Sources
Yemen's Houthi movement and the United Nations have agreed on a mechanism to inspect ships docking at Hodeidah following the group's withdrawal from three Red Sea ports under a U.N.-sponsored deal, a Houthi official and a U.N. source said.
U.N. Food Chief Warns Aid Suspension in Yemen Likely to Start this Week
United Nations food chief David Beasley warned on Monday that a phased-suspension of food assistance in Yemen was likely to begin later this week over a diversion of aid and lack of independence in Houthi-controlled areas.
UN to Send Deputy Envoy to US Mideast Peace Conference
After weeks of hesitation, the United Nations announced Wednesday that it is sending its deputy Middle East coordinator to attend the unveiling of the economic component of a new US peace plan.
UN Experts Call on Bahrain to Halt Executions of Al-Arab and Al-Malali
UN human rights experts have appealed to Bahrain to halt the imminent executions of Ali Mohamed Ali Mohamed Hakeem Al-Arab and Ahmed Isa Ahmed Isa Al-Malali, amid serious concerns that they were coerced into making confessions through torture and did not receive a fair trial.