HR Groups Urge UK Foreign Secretary to Call for Nabeel Rajab's Release
Over 20 human rights figures and organizations sent letter to British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs urging him to call on Bahrain to release Nabeel Rajab.
RSF, FMM Call for Dropping Charges against Nazeeha Saeed
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and French public radio broadcaster France Médias Monde (FMM) call on the Bahraini authorities to abandon their prosecution of Nazeeha Saeed on a charge of working as a correspondent for foreign media outlets without a permit.
RSF Denounces Faisal Hayyat’s Imprisonment: He was Arrested over Open Letter to Minister of Interior
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) denounced on Wednesday (November 30, 2016) the 3-month jail term against Bahraini journalist and blogger Faisal Hayyat for allegedly insulting religion in a tweet.
RSF Condemns Journalist Faisal Hayyat’s Detention, Calls for his Immediate Release
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemned Bahraini journalist and blogger Faisal Hayyat’s detention on the alleged grounds that he insulted religion in a tweet.
Bahrain Government Takes Direct Control over Internet through Central System that Blocks Websites
Bahraini authorities said telecommunications companies in Bahrain that provide internet services are obliged to purchase unified technical system that blocks websites.
AFP: Media watchdog slams Bahrain charges against reporter
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has denounced Bahrain's prosecution of a journalist accused of working for foreign media without permission, describing the charge as politically motivated.
RSF Says Continuous Detention of Nabeel Rajab "Shameful"
Reporters without Borders condemned lengthening the arrest of president of Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab.
RSF Says Upholding Ten-Year Jail Term against Photographer Ahmad Al-Musawi Is Outrageous
Reporters Without Borders deplored Bahrain court decision to uphold photographer Sayed Ahmed Al Mousawi's ten-year jail sentence.
RSF Condemns Appeals Court Decision to Uphold 3-Month Jail Term against Photographer Ahmed Al-Fardan
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemned a Manama appeal court decision on Wednesday (February 3, 2015) upholding internationally-known photographer Ahmed Al-Fardan’s three-month jail sentence and arrest after the hearing to begin serving the sentence.
Al-Mohafdha Meets with German MPs & "Reporters without Borders" Rep. to Discuss Bahrain's HR Situation
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) stated human rights activist Sayed Yousef Al-Mohafdha met with a number of German MPs and a Reporters without Borders representative to discuss the human rights situation in Bahrain.
Reporters without Borders Calls on Bahrain to Abolish Punishment Handed down to Photographer Al-Mosawai
Bahrain Mirror: Reporters without Borders urged the Bahraini authorities on Tuesday (November 24, 2015) to abolish the punishment handed down to photographer Sayed Ahmed Al-Mousawi.
Reporters without Borders Demands Justice for Bahraini Journalist Nazeeha Saeed
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Reporters without Borders (RSF) condemned on Friday (November 20, 2015) the Bahraini Justice Ministry’s arbitrary decision not to prosecute those responsible for torturing journalist Nazeeha Saeed under the pretext of insufficient evidence.
Reporters without Borders Renames Paris Street after Nazeeha Saeed
Bahrain Mirror: Reporters without Borders said that it renamed 12 streets in Paris after journalists who have been murdered, tortured or disappeared in a protest to mark International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.