Bahraini uprising: Bahraini authorities re-arrest Nabeel Rajab on suspicion of posting tweets seen as critical of the Bahraini regime.
A court in Bahrain upholds the sentences of Arab Spring opposition figures condemned for plotting to overthrow the Western-allied government. Eight of the twenty opponents are confirmed imprisoned for life.
Bahraini uprising: Bahraini authorities tear gas and sound bomb a pro-democracy rally, among the largest such rallies there in recent weeks. Meanwhile, a defence lawyer confirms that a court hearing is scheduled for next week in the case of a jailed 11-year-old boy accused of protesting against the regime.
Bahraini uprising: Jailed Bahrain Centre for Human Rights head Nabeel Rajab is granted $800 bail with a travel ban for a charge of "insulting an official authority", though according to his lawyer he is still locked up on a second charge.
Bahrain Centre for Human Rights's president Nabeel Rajab is arrested by representatives of Bahrain's Interior Ministry on arrival at Manama airport from Lebanon ahead of his scheduled court appearance.