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GCC: Hezbollah terror group

03 Jun 2013
Bahréin
Irán
Kuwait
Líbano
Omán
Qatar
Arabia Saudí
Emiratos Árabes Unidos
Fuente: 
Arab News

The Gulf Cooperation Council yesterday unanimously declared Lebanon-based Hezbollah a terrorist organization and said it would take measures against the group’s interest in the Gulf countries.
“All GCC countries are convinced that Hezbollah is a terrorist organization,” Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Ghanim bin Fadl Al-Buainain told reporters following a meeting of GCC foreign ministers in Jeddah.

Bahrain: Amnesty renews call to free jailed teachers' union chief

01 Mayo 2013
Bahréin
Fuente: 
BBC

Rights group Amnesty International has renewed its call for the release of the jailed president of the Bahrain Teachers Association, Mahdi Abu Dheeb.

Mr Abu Dheeb was convicted by a military court of plotting to overthrow the government during unrest that swept Bahrain in 2011.

His original 10-year sentence was subsequently reduced to five on appeal.

Amnesty has described Mr Abu Dheeb as a "prisoner of conscience".

Bahrain minister pledges ‘transparent’ dialogue

11 Dic 2012
Bahréin
Fuente: 
Gulf News

Manama: Bahrain’s justice minister on Tuesday assured sceptical members of parliament that they would not be excluded from a much-anticipated national dialogue expected to be launched between the various segments of the Bahraini society.

“There will be no exclusions of lawmakers and there will be no interference from foreign countries in the dialogue,” Shaikh Khalid Bin Ali Al Khalifa said during the parliament session after MPs expressed concerns on both counts.

El príncipe heredero insiste en su oferta de diálogo con la oposición Wefaq para poner fin a la violencia

08 Dic 2012
Bahréin
Fuente: 
Europapress

 El príncipe heredero de Bahréin ha reiterado su oferta de diálogo con la oposición para poner fin a la violencia política que comenzó el pasado mes de marzo con enfrentamientos entre la mayoría chií y la clase regente suní en el el poder.

   El príncipe Salman bin Hamad bin Issa Al Jalifa, mantiene que el país debe proseguir con sus reformas del sistema judicial --consideradas inadecuadas por la oposición-- y espera "reunirse pronto con todas las partes implicadas".

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