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From Index on Censorship:
Bahrain: Hunger strike activist collapses
16 Feb 2012
Bahraini activist Abdulhadi Alkhawaja collapsed last night while on hunger strike. Alkhawaja, who went on hunger strike ahead of the February 14 anniversary of mass protests in Bahrain, was taken to the hospital where he was given IV treatment without his consent. The activist’s lawyer reported Alkhawaja showed serious signs of fatigue and had difficulty moving and walking. His daughter, Zainab, continues to be detained and his younger brother, Salah Alkhawaja, who is also imprisoned has joined the hunger strike.
John Timoney: the notorious police chief sent to reform forces in Bahrain. The man who gained a reputation for cracking down on protests as police chief in Miami and Philadelphia is now bringing his controversial talents to Bahrain – for better or worse: here.
Over 120 hurt in Bahrain clashes: here.
On Tuesday, February 14, six U.S. human rights activists were swiftly deported from Bahrain, as people all over the country attempted to reach the capital, Manama, to reoccupy Pearl Roundabout. 60 people have died in the uprising which began on February 14, 2011 at the Roundabout: here.
Bahrain: The new order at the Bahrain International Airport: here.