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Bahrain military court finds medics guilty

29 September 2011 A military court in Bahrain has sentenced 20 medics to long prison sentences on charges of attempting to topple the government during protests. A military court in Manama today found a group of doctors and other health workers guilty of attempting to topple the government during protests earlier this year, in what Amnesty International said was a travesty of justice.  At a seven-minute court session, the president of the military-run National Safety Court of First Instance read the names of the 20 defendants, announced the guilty verdicts and imposed prison sentences…

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