Manama’s forces fire tear gas and rubber bullets to break up anti-regime protest rallies across the kingdom.
Protesters have staged demonstrations across Bahrain to denounce the recent execution of three Shia activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
The scuffles came after Amnesty International said two Bahraini men were at the imminent risk of execution.
A senior UN human rights official slams the regime in Manama for the execution by firing squad of three young Shia activists.
Bahrainis have held several mass protests over the past few days to denounce the recent executions of three Shia activists.
Anti-regime protests continue in Bahrain following the execution of three activists accused of a 2014 bomb attack.
Three security guards were wounded after a group of villagers brandishing guns attacked the convoy of a Qatari royal family member in southwestern Pakistan.
The Emirati and British naval forces have started joint naval exercises dubbed 'Sea Dagger 2017' in the Persian Gulf.
Iranian officials as well as international bodies condemn the Bahraini government’s execution of three anti-regime Shia activists.
The plane was carrying 299 passengers from Oman to Germany when it requested an emergency landing over a bomb threat.
The regime in Manama carries out the death sentences handed to the Shia activists, turning a deaf ear to public calls for the verdicts to be revoked.
Bahrain is urged to drop charges against female journalist Naeeha Saeed.
The protesters take to the streets in northern Bahrain, holding placards that read ‘No to execution’ and ‘We are not afraid of execution.’
Ex-UK Premier David Cameron visits Bahrain despite growing concerns about human rights violations by Manama.
Human Rights Watch accuses Bahraini authorities of having prevented several activists from leaving the country in 2016.
Manama forces fire rubber-coated steel bullets and tear gas canisters to disperse a group of teenage students holding an anti-regime protest.
The United Arab Emirates confirms that Tuesday's explosion in Kandahar governor's compound also wounded its ambassador to the country.
Bahrain’s Court of Cassation upholds death sentences against three anti-regime protesters.
Demonstrations were held in Diraz, Bilad al-Qadeem, and the villages of al-Qadam and Abu Saiba.
Thousands of Bahraini protesters hold another anti-regime after a court postponed the top Shia cleric’s trial once again.
Bahrain has restored the power of its domestic spy service to arrest human rights activists and anti-regime protesters.
A lawyer representing Nabeel Rajab says the order was the sixth extension of the activist’s pre-trial detention.
Protesters marched along the streets near the residence of the cleri in Diraz on Wednesday evening to declare that they will not abandon support for him under any circumstances.
People staged rallies in Bahrain on Monday to reaffirm support for the cause championed by slain Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr.
Bahrainis mark the first anniversary of the execution of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr by Saudi Arabia.
The attack took place at Jaw prison south of the capital Manama.
A senior Bahraini cleric says the Al Khalifah regime's ban on Friday prayers is unprecedented in the history of Islam.
According to the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Oman’s defense minister sent a letter to Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, announcing the decision.
Demonstrators took to the streets, chanting slogans against King Hamad and in condemnation of Saudi support for the Al Khalifah regime.
Bahraini judicial activists called on the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry to punish its members who took part in the Hanukkah ceremony.
Bahraini rights activist Nabeel Rajab will appear again in court on January 23.
The clashes break out during a protest held ahead of the first execution anniversary of Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr.
Bahraini authorities are going to try France 24 correspondent Nazeeha Saeed on January 16, 2017.
A Filipino woman is sentenced to 10 years in prison by a Kuwaiti court for joining Daesh.
A huge rally is held in the Nigerian city of Kano in solidarity with senior Bahraini Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim.
Human Rights Watch says imprisoned Bahraini activist Sayed Alawi faces an unfair trial.
The UN calls on Bahrain to immediately release prominent rights activist Nabeel Rajab.
Bahrain’s Court of Appeal upholds a death and 14 life sentences handed down to 15 anti-regime protesters.
Bahraini regime officials have interrogated top rights activist Nabeel Rajab over accusing Persian Gulf states of spreading extremism.
A former Kuwaiti MP is sentenced in absentia for making comments deemed offensive to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Bahraini protesters take to the streets across the country to condemn a Manama regime raid on prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim’s home.
Regime forces attack supporters around Sheikh Isa Qassim’s residence before handing him a court summon.
The Al Khalifah regime troops use tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse demonstrators.
A Manama court adjourns the trial of Nabeel Rajab for a fourth time.
Demonstrators take to the streets in Bahrain in protest to the Manama’s crackdown on dissent and to show solidarity with political prisoners.
Human rights groups censure Bahrain's appeals court for upholding a nine-year prison sentence against Sheikh Ali Salman.
The top Shia cleric’s long-term prison sentence has drawn criticism from Bahraini opposition activists and international rights groups.
The monarch said "cutting public spending through careful measures to fix the imbalance in the state budget... has become inevitable."
The demonstrators took to the streets in the island village of Sitra on Wednesday evening to condemn London’s support for the Manama regime
The British premier is paying a visit to the Persian Gulf country, despite international opposition over Manama's bleak human rights record.
Amnesty International says the ruthless tactics used by Persian Gulf Arab states to trample all over the rights of civilians must end immediately.
Dozens of Bahraini protesters clash with regime forces over court rulings passed on a group of political dissidents.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to pressure the government of Bahrain over resorting to crackdown to silence the voice of dissent in the Persian Gulf tiny nation.
Qatar's most popular English-language news website Doha News has decided to scale back its operation after officials blocked it inside the country.
A Bahraini court convicts dozens of the country’s citizens over allegations of murder and terrorism.
Mohamed al-Tajer, who has defended opposition figures and rights campaigners, faces imprisonment totaling over five years if convicted.
Qatari authorities are accused of blocking access to a popular new website in the country.
Faisal Hayyat has been in detention since October 9.
The Kuwaiti cabinet has submitted its resignation to the emir following snap parliamentary polls.
The opposition has returned to Kuwait’s political scene after a four-year boycott.
Some 483,000 people are eligible to cast their ballots in the seventh parliamentary election.
Bahrainis have expressed their solidarity with senior Shia cleric, slamming Manama's crackdown on dissent.
The old parliament was dissolved by the Kuwaiti monarch last month amid a dispute with the government over gasoline price hikes.
Nabeel Rajab was transferred for the third time to a police hospital after suffering from chest pain.
The protesters said the trial of Sheikh Issa Qassim amounts to the violation of the basic rights of all Shia Muslims in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
Amnesty International has condemned the British government for 'being dishonest about human rights violations in Bahrain.'
Demonstrators said they would continue supporting Sheikh Qassim.
Emirati authorities arrest a British woman after she reported being gang raped in Dubai.
HRW has condemned the UK for not calling on Bahrain to drop charges against a prominent activist.
Hundreds of Bahrainis staged a demonstration demanding the immediate release of activist Seyed Alawi Seyed Hussein.
Bahrain charges an opposition leader with “inciting hatred" after he gave an interview to foreign press.
A mass protest was held near Imam Sadiq mosque in the village of Diraz, the hometown of the cleric.
Ebrahim Sharif, of the opposition Waad Party, said the recent visit by Prince Charles and his wife would serve to “whitewash” the crimes of the Manama regime against political dissidents.
Authorities informed Fatima al-Halwaji that she could not travel abroad based on an order issued by the public prosecutor’s office.
The visit comes as London has been under fire for providing military support to the repressive regime in Manama.
The distinguished opposition cleric has been sentenced to nine years in jail for alleged subversion in previous trials.
Bahraini demonstrators once again express solidarity with Sheikh Isa Qassim.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says hundreds of dissidents have been put behind bars in member states of the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council, many after unfair trials.
Kuwait plans to stop public subsidies by 2020 to meet a budget cut.
Al-Wefaq has filed an appeal to the Court of Cassation against its dissolution.
The British government has decided appeal to the Bahraini dictators rather than turning to the people of the tiny Persian Gulf country, says an opposition member.
Bahraini rights activist Nabeel Rajab has asked the US Congress to address the dire condition of human rights in the country.
Demonstrations were held in the villages of Diraz, Shakhoura and Abu Saiba on Friday.
A court in Bahrain has imprisoned and stripped 15 defendants of their citizenship.
The protest erupted as Bahrain's ruler Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah arrived to meet British Prime Minister Theresa May in London on Wednesday.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad al-Thani ruled the Arab kingdom from 1972 until 1995, when he was deposed by his own son.
Bahrain is set to auction off the assets of the country’s al-Wefaq opposition group, which has been dissolved.
The demonstrators slammed Manama’s decision to impose a ban on holding Friday prayers in Diraz.
Al-Wefaq's deputy secretary general says the people of Bahrain will never abandon Palestine.
The Court of Cassation, also known as the Supreme Court of Appeal, has issued the ruling for the Shia cleric's retrial.
The state media announced the resignation of the cabinet only a few hours after government officials held an emergency meeting.