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'Campaign of spiraling repression': Bahrain’s massive tear gas shipment challenged by rights activists
A UK based human rights group is up in arms trying to prevent a shipment of 1.6 million tear gas canisters to Bahrain to protect civilians, Ahmed Ali from Bahrain Watch has told RT.

25.10.2013 00:51

New pan-Arabic Human Rights court set up in Bahrain
The Kingdom of Bahrain has been chosen to host an Arab Human Rights Court. Activists predict that instead of protecting human rights the court would rather persecute those seeking civil society and prosecute tenacious leaders like Syria’s President Assad.

03.09.2013 05:12

Al-Qaeda chief calls on Muslims to unite in struggle
Al-Qaeda's leader Ayman Zawahiri has urged Muslims in Arab Spring countries to unite and establish an Islamic state. He further urged rebels in Syria to establish a system of Islamist rule, and warned France over its military intervention in Mali.

07.04.2013 15:26

‘Arab Spring has started to devour its own children’ – Yemeni ex-President
The Arab Spring was a conspiracy between Islamists and foreign powers who wanted to test their capabilities – but Islamists are losing control as they have no experience in governing, ousted Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh told RT.

26.03.2013 19:23

Slamming Syrian reform, but backing Saudi Arabia regime, US unmasks own hypocrisy
Close ties with “autocratic” Gulf States reveal the “hypocrisy” of US foreign policy, Guardian paper contributor, Neil Clark, told RT, adding that Washington raises the democracy banner only when it wants to topple an unwanted government.

04.03.2013 18:38

Kerry in Egypt 'with a poor hand of cards' as IMF money mean cuts and tax increases
The US bet their money on the wrong horse by backing the ‘undemocratic’ Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, geopolitical analyst F. William Engdahl told RT, adding that the IMF loan for which Washington is pushing, will make people’s life even harder in Egypt.

03.03.2013 17:25

Germany doubles arms supplies to Persian Gulf nations - report
German military exports to Persian Gulf nations doubled in 2012 amid repeatedly-voiced international concerns over gross human rights violations in the region. The German government has been fiercely accused of unscrupulousness in arms sales.

February 25, 2013 17:17

Amr Moussa: 'The changes we wanted after the revolution have not happened'
Once hailed as the poster country for the Arab Spring, Egypt is now embroiled in a violent constitutional crisis. RT talked to one of the people at the heart of the political battle – former presidential candidate and Arab League chief Amr Moussa.

10.12.2012 17:40

‘No dialogue’: Egyptian opposition refuses negotiations with Morsi
The Egyptian opposition has refused to negotiate with embattled President Mohamed Morsi. Activists called for mass rallies to be held on Friday to protest the newly written constitution that will be put to a vote next week.

07.12.2012 07:13

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