A lawyer for the four American journalists detained in Bahrain said on Tuesday that they were on their way to the airport to leave the country.
Bahraini police have arrested four US citizens, including one the Gulf Kingdom accuses of taking part in protests on Sunday, a senior police official said, although local media described them as journalists covering a protest.
"They want to keep me as long as they can inside Bahrain, so that I can't do interviews, meet officials, or speak at the United Nations," Rajab said.
The lawyers say Britain did not conduct a review of human rights risks before agreeing to build the base in the country, VICE News has learned.
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Manama to mark the fourth anniversary of the uprising against the country’s Sunni monarchy.
In a purported move to fight terror, Bahrain has stripped the citizenship of 72 people. Some of them are with the Islamic State — but others are simply pro-democracy advocates.
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The government claims it's open to talks with the opposition, but it's also imprisoning its opponents and cracking down on journalists and a
The government claims it's open to talks with the opposition, but it's also imprisoning its opponents and cracking down on journalists and anyone else it doesn't like.