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Shoukry, Pompeo discusses preparations to hold joint meeting between foreign, defence ministers
Shoukry and Al-Khalifa discussed preparations for the ninth round of the joint Egyptian-Bahraini committee which will be held in Cairo on 16-17 May, according to a statement from the foreign ministry
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi called for political solutions to Middle East crises, condemning sectarian conflicts
Egyptian foreign minister is on two-day trip to the Gulf country to discuss international security in Middle East
Fahmy to visit India on Wednesday, before visiting Conakry
Activists said dozens more were wounded in the clashes, but no official toll was immediately available.
Shi’as, inspired by the Arab Spring in 2011, have been pushing to be given a greater say in the small country’s affairs
Bahrain was rocked by month-long pro-democracy protests led by the kingdom’s Shi’as in early 2011 that were crushed with the help of Gulf troops led by Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia
Bahrain has witnessed two years of political upheaval linked to opposition demands for a real constitutional monarchy
After the burial, a crowd of protesters tried to march on “Pearl Square” in Manama, the focus of the February-March 2011 uprising.
Demonstrations on Thursday coinciding with the actual anniversary of the start of the uprising on February 14, 2011 turned deadly
The 13 activists took part in 2011 anti-government protests and were convicted by a military tribunal on charges that included “setting up terror groups to topple the regime”
The jailed Shiite medics called their action “The Lost Justice,” and have stopped taking food and medicine.
Bahraini MOI accuses Al-Wefaq of violating law
Bahraini uprising continues, as the tear gas covers Manama
Several protesters were wounded as police dispersed demonstrations overnight