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20 Mar 2012 20:47 GMT
The Bahraini government has undoubtedly taken some steps towards implementing the BICI report's recommendations.
24 Mar 2012 07:14 GMT
A depiction of major events in the Gulf kingdom since pro-democracy protests broke out.
Matthew Cassel 18 May 2012 19:45 GMT
Report exclusively obtained by Al Jazeera says 23-year-old had been electrically tortured before drowning in January.
16 Feb 2012 03:43 GMT
As the anniversary of the uprising nears, the country's rulers are denying foreigners entry and hiring PR firms.
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14 Feb 2012 05:25 GMT
The government has taken few steps to implement the recommendations of an independent inquiry into last year's unrest.
09 Apr 2012 09:09 GMT
Zainab al-Khawaja says her father sounds weak but believes death is better than "living in humiliation".
News
In the year since the uprising, Bahrain's government has scaled up its information control apparatus.
We ask if the race the country's rulers called a "force for good" has been a human rights and public relations disaster.
Visit to Windsor Castle stirs controversy at a time when the Gulf state is accused of rights violations.
Government has not taken major steps to end torture and review verdicts from military tribunals, rights groups say.
As the government is praised for implementing reform, we ask if the country has embarked on the path to real change.
Dr Ali al-Ekri, dubbed a hero when volunteering to help Gaza's injured, was jailed after pro-democracy protests.
The story of the Arab revolution that was abandoned by the Arabs, forsaken by the West and forgotten by the world.
Protesters in Bahrain continue to struggle against government forces amid tear gas and an overwhelming police presence.
Jailed Nabeel Rajab, head of Bahrain human rights group, granted $800 bail but remains jailed on a second charge.
Rejects request from Copenhagen to hand over Abdulhadi al-Khawaja, who is also a Danish citizen.
Justice minister says prosecution of 20 health workers who treated wounded protesters last year will proceed.
Tens of thousands march along a main road near capital after sermon from leading Shia cleric urging greater democracy.
Government says it has implemented serious reforms since November, but opposition says major issues unresolved.
Observers for rights groups expelled amid security clampdown to prevent mass pro-democracy protests in capital.
King Hamad announces national commission to "follow up and implement" policy after BICI report on crackdown on protests.
Appeals denied to 21 opposition activists held in June after Gulf state crushed an uprising by majority Shia Muslims.
Shouting in the Dark, which follows the unravelling of the Bahraini uprising, receives prestigious George Polk Award.
Decision comes one day after security forces clashed with opposition protesters at funeral outside Manama.
Lamees Dhaif tells Al Jazeera: "They can stop us from telling stories now, but they can't stop us forever."
Cassation court annulls protesters' death sentences, while civil court continues trials of 20 medics.
Five officers to be tried over alleged torture of detainee who later died in custody, weeks after probe into crackdown.
King Hamad says commission's report on tackling police abuse and politicised sackings is an "impressive beginning".
Zainab al-Khawaja, who was photographed being dragged along the ground by a policewoman, freed pending trial.
Interior ministry says International Committee of the Red Cross to be allowed to visit inmates arrested during protests.
Protesters say security forces fired rubber bullets at demonstrators attempting to take back site of Pearl roundabout.
The 2012 Formula One calendar confirms that Sebastian Vettel and co will race in North America and Bahrain next season.
In Bahrain, the problem is colonialism, not sectarianism.
Manama court drops last of three charges against Matar Matar related to alleged involvement in "unlawful" protests.
There were no casualties in the blast early on Sunday, say Bahraini and British officials.
Doctors have been tortured and given long prison sentences for giving medical care to anti-government protesters.
The families of six of the hundreds of people given long jail sentences speak out about the "abuse of justice".
Police use tear gas against protesters after the funeral for a man allegedly killed by police on Wednesday.
The Bahraini government has released a report on this year's alleged human rights abuses, just a few kilometres from where protesters are once again violently clashing with police.
Despite the Kingís acknowledgement of the reportís findings, opposition groups remain sceptical that authorities will be held accountable.
Thirty-six people given prison sentences of between 15 and 25 years for taking part in anti-government rallies.
Thirteen doctors and nurses who treated anti-government protesters given 15-year jail terms for crimes against state.
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