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Rights group criticises Bashir's Libya trip
Human Rights Watch says Libya's acceptance of a visit by the Sudanese president "raises questions" about new government.
Last updated: 07 Jan 2012 15:16 GMT
Two weeks in Bahrain's military courts
The families of six of the hundreds of people given long jail sentences speak out about the "abuse of justice".
Last updated: 02 Dec 2011 11:13 GMT
Internet freedom initiative mere lip service?
The US and EU decry Syria's actions, but remain silent on the threats faced by bloggers in other Middle Eastern nations.
Jillian C. York
Last updated: 03 Nov 2011 14:53 GMT
Bahrain court upholds sentences for activists
Appeals denied to 21 opposition activists held in June after Gulf state crushed an uprising by majority Shia Muslims.
Last updated: 28 Sep 2011 16:47 GMT
Defiant Saif al-Islam rallies loyalists
Gaddafi's influential son appears with supporters in Tripoli, disproving opposition claims that he had been captured.
Last updated: 23 Aug 2011 11:00 GMT
Gaddafi sons in custody; spy chief at large
Muammar Gaddafi's three sons are held by the rebels, but his longtime intelligence chief's whereabouts are unknown.
Last updated: 22 Aug 2011 16:29 GMT
Bahrain charges medics for aiding protesters
Doctors and nurses who treated injured anti-government protesters to stand trial in military court.
Last updated: 03 May 2011 14:32 GMT
Anti-government protests in Bahrain
Thousands converge in the capital, and in a neighbouring town, one day after clashes between Sunni and Shia communities.
Last updated: 04 Mar 2011 21:21 GMT
Bahraini opposition to enter talks
Groups in Gulf country accept royal family's offer for dialogue, as Sunnis and Shias clash south of Manama.
Last updated: 04 Mar 2011 01:49 GMT
Bahrain protesters remain in square
Hundreds of pro-reform supporters spend night at landmark junction as opposition parties weigh dialogue offer.
Last updated: 20 Feb 2011 15:59 GMT
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Protecting Mongolia's parent-less children
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