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article 05 April 2014 World, Bahrain
Bahrain grand prix circuit (Getty Images)
Has Bahrain's human rights situation really improved?

The political and human rights environment in Bahrain ahead of this weekend's grand prix is much calmer than in 2012 or 2013, argues Mohammed Al Sayed of the pro-government Citizens for Bahrain group.

article 05 April 2014 World, Bahrain
Mourners at the funeral procession of Hussain Sharaf (Getty Images)
Is grand prix a lose-lose race for Bahrain's royal family?

Bahrain's royal family faces a lose-lose situation ahead of the grand prix: cancel it and lose face, or let it proceed and become a hook for adverse media coverage, writes activist Dr Ala'a Shehabi.

article 04 November 2013 World, Bahrain
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by What happened to the Arab Spring?

As Egyptians get deja vu at the trial of another deposed president, a Channel 4 News interactive graphic looks at what has happened more than two and a half years on from the Arab Spring.

video 25 May 2013 UK, Bahrain

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Big Brother software 'helping human rights abuses' - video

Finspy, UK-developed software that spies on computers and how they're used, has allegedly been sold to Bahrain - a regime accused of human rights abuses by pro-democracy campaigners.

article 17 October 2012 World, Ukraine
MPs are accusing the government of applying different standards to the Bahrain Grand Prix and Euro 2012 in Ukraine (Getty)
Government 'inconsistent' over sporting boycotts

MPs are accusing the government of applying different moral standards to the Bahrain Grand Prix and Euro 2012 in Ukraine.

post 26 July 2012
Read more from Alex Thomson on his blog Behind the scenes of Syria's propaganda war

Alex Thomson blogs on the battle to win the propaganda war in Syria - and what is motivating foreign interference.

article 29 April 2012 World, Bahrain
Bahrain protest
Smuggled footage of Bahrain crackdown

Channel 4 News Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller takes up the story of the anti-government protest movement in Bahrain, a week after being arrested and deported.

article 24 April 2012 World, Bahrain
After a Channel 4 News team is deported from Bahrain, a Bahrain government spokesman denies there was any mistreatment and says the kingdom is 'in a much better position than last year'.
Jonathan Miller by Channel 4 News team 'not mistreated'

After a Channel 4 News team is deported from Bahrain, a Bahrain government spokesman denies there was any mistreatment and says the kingdom is "in a much better position than last year".

post 23 April 2012
Read more from Jonathan Miller on his blog A day at the races

Channel 4 News foreign correspondent, Jonathan Miller, gives a personal account of his and colleagues' recent arrest, detention and deportation from Bahrain.