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24 Jun, 2005

Washington Post: In Bahrain, Doubts About Reform

Washington Post - 24 June 2005 By Nora Boustany <blockquote> When King Hamad bin Isa Khalifa of Bahrain embarked on political reform in his small kingdom four years ago and offered amnesty to student activists living in exile, Abdul Hadi Khawaja decided it was time to go home. Khawaja had left his homeland in the early 1980s, spending years in Geneva, Copenhagen and London, where he completed his studies. He had tried to return once before, in 1993 for his father's funeral, but his name remained on a blacklist. He was detained at the airport for 10 days before being deported to Lebanon, he said.

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21 Jun, 2005

Conclusions and recommendations of the Committee against Torture: Bahrain

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13 Jun, 2005

Bahrain Government Refers BCHR Activists To The Public Prosecution And Threatens Them With Legal Penalties

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12 Jun, 2005

Bahrain: Take action in support of Ghada Jamsheer and defenders of human and women's rights

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8 Jun, 2005

Hate ordeal for activist

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3 Jun, 2005

Bahrain: A women's rights activist faces trial and imprisonment

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3 Jun, 2005

U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report (2005): Bahrain

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