This Voice of America video says about itself:
Reporter Cecily Hilleary talks [with] Maryam al-Khawaja of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and Richard Sollum of Physicians for Human Rights about the deteriorating human rights situation in Bahrain.
From Associated Press today:
MANAMA, Bahrain — An international commission investigating months of protests and crackdowns in Bahrain on Thursday delayed its final report on the unrest in the Gulf kingdom, saying it needs more time to review thousands of personal accounts and official documents.
From DPA news agency:
Bahrain jails 14 for illegal protest
Oct 20, 2011, 14:53 GMT
Manama – A Bahraini court sentenced Thursday 14 people to six months in prison for illegally protesting, reported the state-run news agency.
The protesters – 12 women and two men – were found guilty of causing ‘chaos and panic’ among shoppers of a mall in Manama where they protested, added the agency.
Activists Continue to Take Stand in Bahrain Despite Hostile Crackdown: here.
USA: Woolsey and Payne Coddle Dictator in Bahrain: here.
Amnesty International: Bahrain: Fears of torture for Bahraini teacher: here.