22 thoughts on “Bahraini pro-human rights woman interviewed

  1. British expats’ role praised

    Posted on Sunday, December 08, 2013

    CONSERVATIVES Abroad members from the Gulf met UK Foreign Secretary William Hague during the ninth annual Manama Dialogue event in Bahrain yesterday.

    They updated him on their membership, which now numbers nearly 60 people, on the sidelines of the security conference, at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Spa.

    “British expats have been living and working in Bahrain for 200 years and have contributed to the development of this country, strengthening the ties with the UK over the years,” said Mr Hague.



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