UK Funding Bahrain Organisations Accused of Torture: The Telegraph
The British "The Telegraph" newspaper stated that the UK government has provided millions in funding to security services in Bahrain accused of serious human rights abuses including torture, according to a new report.
Rights Groups Urge US to Press for Prominent Bahraini Prisoner's Release
Dozens of human rights groups have called on the US and other western governments to advocate for the release of prominent Bahraini opposition figure Abduljalil Al-Singace, who has been on a hunger strike in prison for nearly 200 days.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in its Report on Democracy and HR: Allegations of Mistreatment Continue in Bahrain
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office said "Allegations of mistreatment in detention continued to be made in Bahrain," indicating that "it monitored such cases closely, and engaged with the Government of Bahrain, Bahraini oversight bodies and international organizations on these issues."
29 MPs in House of Commons Sign Motion in Solidarity with Abduljalil Al-Singace
29 MPs in the British House of Commons signed a motion to express solidarity with detained academic Abduljalil Al-Singace, who is on hunger strike in the regime's prisons. The motion demanded the release of prisoners of conscience and imposition of Magnitsky Act Sanctions on those responsible for his unlawful imprisonment.
SALAM: UK Decision to Implement Universal Human Rights Sanctions Regulations Positive, should include Bahrain
SALAM DHR urged the UK government to demonstrate its commitment to human rights by extending the provisions of Global Human Rights Sanctions Regulations 2020 (Regulations) to Bahraini figures allegedly responsible for flagrant human rights abuses who may hold assets in or seek to travel to the UK and to state organizations under their control.
Princess Haya in Court for London Hearing in Legal Battle with Dubai's Ruler
Princess Haya bint al-Hussein, the estranged wife of Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, appeared in a British court on Tuesday for the latest hearing in the couple’s legal battle over the welfare of their children.
Letter from Bahrain Mirror to House of Commons Speaker John Bercow
This letter is not to make you aware of the chronic Bahraini situation, as we are sure that the international community, namely London and Washington, has totally abandoned Bahrain and thus put it under eternal oppression and crackdown. This letter is only about ideas that came to our mind while following what is happening in the Westminster democracy.
British Warship Sets Sail for Tanker Escort Mission in Gulf
British warship HMS Kent set sail for the Gulf on Monday to join a U.S.-led mission protecting commercial shipping vessels in the region amid heightened political tension between the West and Iran.