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William Hague condemns sentencing of Bahrain medics | The Guardian

William Hague has described the sentencing of medics by a Bahraini military tribunal as “disproportionate” and called for their cases to be transferred to the civilian courts.

The foreign secretary said the sentences handed out by the special tribunal to doctors who treated injured protesters were “worrying developments that could undermine the Bahraini government’s moves towards dialogue and the reform needed for long-term stability in Bahrain”.

Read more here: William Hague condemns sentencing of Bahrain medics | World news | The Guardian.

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