Critical Injury as Armed Men Fire 9mm Rounds and Shotguns at Civilians in Duraz

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At least one teenager, Mustafa Hamdan, has been critically wounded and numerous injured after armed masked men launched an armed attack against civilians and protesters in the village of Duraz. On 26 January 2017 at approximately 3 am, at least 20 masked individuals dressed in black civilian clothing and carrying arms attacked civilians next to… Read more »

Arms Watch: New Emirati Armoured Vehicle Used in Latest Attack on Protesters. Brazilian, French and South African/German Teargas and Flashbang Used.

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21 December 2016 – Bahrain Watch has identified the use of a new Emirati-built armoured vehicle by security forces in Bahrain in a crackdown against demonstrations in the village of Duraz this morning. The Ajban ISV is manufactured by Nimr Automotive based in the United Arab Emirates and marks the first time that UAE manufactured… Read more »

Updates and announcements – new projects, new members, new events

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Below is some of what has been keeping us busy The Bahrain Watch team has been quietly busy over the past few months setting up new collaborations, making some internal changes, playing with new ideas and tactics in striving to make sure it can continue making an impact with it’s limited resources. To help us… Read more »

Brazilian tear gas linked to recent death of Abdulaziz Al-Saeed

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  On 17 January 2015, Abdulaziz Al-Saeed died at his home in Bilad Al-Qadeem due to tear gas inhalation, according to a statement by his family.  His death followed a police crackdown on protesters in the area calling for the release of Al-Wefaq’s Secretary General Shaikh Ali Salman.  Activists posted videos showing the police firing… Read more »