Britain Spends Thousands Advising Bahrain on Ways to Keep its Citizens under House Arrest
Diplomats forked out £14,319 to bring eight Bahraini judges and Interior Ministry officials to England, where they also toured courts and probation centres.
UN Condemns Bahrain’s Detention of Activist Alwadaei’s Family over UK Protest, Calls for their Release
The Guardian reported that Bahrain has been found guilty by a UN body of arbitrarily detaining three relatives of a British-based human rights activist as a reprisal for his protest in London against the visit of the country’s king in 2017.
The Guardian: Press Freedom not Recognized in Bahrain, Al-Wadaei Sees Bahrain Real Journalism Impossible
BIRD director of advocacy, Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, stresses “Bahrain is making real journalism impossible.”