Bahrain Panel to Review Controversial VerdictsBahrain to set up a judicial panel to review verdicts that were issued by a court over involvement in anti-government protests.
Bahrain Stages Violent Raid on Opposition HQOne month after admitting the use of 'excessive force' against protesters, Bahraini security forces stage a violent raid on the opposition.
Day 3 of Riots in BahrainProtesters riot in Bahrain for a third day, with minority Shi'ites demanding more rights from the Sunni monarchy in renewed unrest.
Bahrain Charges Syria With Stirring UnrestBahrain's King Hamad says Iran's key ally Syria is training the opposition leaders and provocateurs who are stoking unrest in his domain
1 Dead in Bahrain as 'Arab Spring' ReturnsA man is dead in protests just hours before the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry submits its report on the Arab Spring violence.
Bahrain's Opposition Dismisses State's Mea CulpaOpposition leaders in Bahrain say the state's admitting "instances" of excessive force and mistreatment falls short of the truth.
Bahrain Admits "Excessive Force" During UnrestBahrain's government admitted excessive force and prisoner mistreatment during unrest in the kingdom earlier this year.
Arab Spring: Torture in BahrainAuthorities who crushed the Gulf’s main uprising arrested and abused many Shiite doctors who treated the wounded.
Royal Betrothal in Gulf NationsThe kings of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia have agreed to a marriage between their respective children. The bride and groom were not named.
Bahrain Promises CrackdownsTroops from the GCC Peninsula Shield Force will remain in Bahrain after emergency laws lifted; Army chief promises "harsh" crackdowns on protests.
No Doctors For Protesters!Bahrain’s Justice Minister is charging doctors, nurses who treated protesters with "attempting to bring down the government"
Bahrain May Extend Emergency LawBahrain's parliment asks government to extend emergency laws in place in the tiny island kingdom since protests erupted in March.
Unrest Continues in GulfProtests, government crackdown continue in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Bahrain Targets 'Undesirables'Those who appear to be journalists and travelers of Lebanese origin are being stopped by immigration officers.
Muslim Uprisings Spread to IraqBahrain’s Shi’ite Muslim unrest sparks violence in Iraq, which Obama has been hoping will calm down as US tries to leave. Al-Qaeda strikes again.
Kuwait To Sue Shiite PaperSunni Kuwait is suing a Shiite paper that characterized Saudi involvement in quelling Shiite protests as an "Invasion" of the Sunni-ruled nation.
Bahrain Cracks Down, More UnrestBahrain has cracked down on growing unrest, arresting six opposition leaders. Six people have died in the violence.
Seven Killed in Bahrain RevoltPolice in Bahrain, where Saudi soldiers have been deployed, killed several protesters. Iran blames the United States for the Saudi invasion.
Saudi Troops Enter BahrainMore than 1,000 Saudi troops enter Bahrain after continued anti-regime protests.
Saudi King's $37 Billion PlanAs more Arab regimes are toppled, Saudi leaders offer a $37 billion aid package to their citizens.
Bahrain's Days of Rage: Next DayAfter three "Days of Rage" by tens of thousands in Bahrain's capital city, two are dead and many others wounded.