Australian “News” Website Removes Article on Bahrain King’s Wife Private Life, Narrated by her Masseuse
Australian “News” website deleted an article in which the former private masseuse of Bahrain King’s wife, Sabika bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, narrated details about her life in the palace.
Gulf Institute for Democracy & Human Rights: 304 Bahrainis with Revoked Citizenships Since 2011
The Australia-based Gulf Institute for Democracy & Human Rights (GDHR) launched on Monday its report on the citizenship revocation in Bahrain, entitled, “Revocation of Citizenships: The Silent Execution.”
Australian Greens Party Seeks Halting Export of Advanced Monitoring Devices to Bahrain
Gulf Institute for Democracy and Human Rights said Australian Greens promised to intervene diplomatically to halt export of advanced monitoring devices to Bahraini Interior Ministry.
Leading Australian & American Companies Sell Bahrain 2000 CCTV Cameras and Facial Recognition Software to Scan for "Persons of Interest" in Crowds
Bahrain Watch investigation revealed that leading Australian and American intelligence companies supplied Bahrain with state-of-the-art surveillance technology.
Bahrain Seizes Three Tons of Rotten Australian Meat
The local Bahraini Al-Bilad newspaper reported that the Bahraini authorities seized three tons of rotten meat at Bahrain's International Airport.
Australia's Victoria State Witnesses Solidarity Vigil with Bahrain's Uprising
Bahrain Mirror: Bahraini expats in Australia's Victoria state organized a solidarity vigil with the Bahrainis in the kingdom on Sunday (February 14, 2016), marking the fifth anniversary of the Bahraini uprising.