22 September 2014 6:31
Appeals Court of Bahrain's Al Khalifa ruling government on Sunday sentenced 13 Bahraini citizens to five to seven years behind the bars on charges of political activities.
Bahrain sentences 13 citizens to 5 to 7 years of imprisonment
According to the information website of Bahrain's Al Wifaq Party four Bahraini citizens from Al Deir district of that country have been sentenced to...
21 September 2014 21:16
A court in Bahrain sentenced 14 activists to life in prison in connection with an explosion that wounded four policemen last year.
Since mid-February 2011, thousands of anti-regime protesters have held numerous demonstrations in the streets of Bahrain, calling for political reforms.
In March 2011, troops from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were deployed to Bahrain to help Manama quash...
21 September 2014 13:54
Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, His Eminence Sheikh Ibraheem has on Thursday (18/09/2014) addressed session of the United Nations Human Rights Commission over the Zaria Quds Day killings carried out by the Nigerian military on July 25, 2014.
Facilitated by the fact-finding team of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, the presentation was made live on internet via skype through...
19 September 2014 8:27
Bahraini authorities have released human rights activist Maryam al-Khawaja, who was arrested in the Persian Gulf country last month.
According to reports, the Bahraini activist was bailed on Thursday.
"Khawaja was freed today but has been prohibited from leaving Bahrain pending her appearance in court," the activist’s lawyer, Mohammed al-Jishi, said.
Jishi also termed the fact that she was released on bail as...
19 September 2014 7:01
Head of the Popular Committee against the Siege Jamal Al-Khodari described living conditions in the Gaza Strip as "disastrous" after the latest military offensive by the Zionist regime.
In a briefed press release, Al-Khodari said that more than 90 per cent of Palestinians in Gaza live under the poverty line because of the sharp increase of unemployment rates, the Middle...
17 September 2014 19:19
On Sept. 10 the people of Ferguson, MO and others demanding the indictment and arrest of white police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown attempted to block the traffic on Interstate 70.
Police were present in large numbers in an effort to prevent the protest from having the desired impact. Despite the heavy law-enforcement mobilization traffic...
17 September 2014 11:52
The number of hungry people around the globe is alarming as one in nine of the world’s population still does not have enough to eat, says a report by the United Nations.
A report issued by three UN food and agriculture agencies said the number of chronically undernourished people dropped by more than 100 million over the past decade. However, 805...
17 September 2014 10:53
An independent autopsy proves that an African-American man, who was killed by Utah police, was shot several times from behind while he was running away.
Randall Edwards, a lawyer for the family of Darrien Hunt, says the autopsy shows he was shot six times all from behind.
Meanwhile, investigators have obtained a video footage from security cameras of a bank near...
17 September 2014 8:56
British lawmaker and Press TV host George Galloway known for his criticism of the Israeli regime has received a mail death threat at the houses of the UK parliament.
UK police are probing the death threat sent to Galloway at the parliament, noting that they have been informed about the delivery of a letter to the Palace of Westminster that said...
17 September 2014 8:29
Palestinian lawyers have confirmed torture evidence after visiting prisoners detained during the Israeli assault on the besieged Gaza Strip.
Lawyers from the Gaza-based Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) who gained access to four prisoners held at the Ashkelon prison, confirmed in a Sunday report on its website that the prisoners were beaten and shackled between two chairs for hours.
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