Den her fotograf vil vise, hvordan livet virkelig ser ud i Mellemøsten
Ali Al-Shehabi forsøger at bekæmpe fordomme mod den arabiske verden med sine billeder.
De største hackerangreb i 2015
2015 var hackernes år - bare spørg mændene bag filmen The Interview, Kaspersky Lab, kendisofrene for "The Fappening" eller Ashley Madisons utro kunder.
The Bahraini Uprising in Photos: Road Blocks, Tear Gas and No Right to Protest
Photography collective Road Bloc have been taking risks to depict the intense political unrest that has been unfolding in Bahrain for years.
The World Cup is Like Fashion Week for Brazil's Security Industry
I spoke to professor Anna Feigenbaum about riot control style through the ages.
Britain Might Deport This Bahraini Dissident to a Country that Hates Him
Even though that would mean five years of jail and possible torture for protesting.
Hanging Out with Western Sycophants at the 'This Is Bahrain' Conference
Weirdly, no one at the PR event wanted to talk about all the torture.
It's GREAT British Week in Bahrain
GREAT as in, "It's GREAT to sell weapons to oppressive regimes."
Paul Raymond, Photos: Ahmad Fardan
An Interview with Two Exiled Dissident Bahraini MPs
Jalal and Jawad Farooz's asylum application was accepted, so why is Britain still mates with Bahrain?
Paul Adrian Raymond
The Bahraini Government Is Still Repressing Its Critics
Protesters want to negotiate, but that's kind of tricky while you're being tear-gassed and tortured.
Bahrain Just Bought More Tear Gas Canisters Than It Has Citizens
Because it's easier to fire noxious gas at protesters than listen to their demands.
Hanging Out with Human Rights Heroes at the Oslo Freedom Forum
It's a bit like Comic-Con, only all the heroes are real.
Explaining Human Rights to Bernie Ecclestone
The Formula One boss doesn't see anything wrong with Bahrain's awful human rights record.