Anonymous has hacked and executed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against official and fan-created Formula 1 websites. The group is protesting the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Bahrain. Greetings from Anonymous For over one year
The latest news regarding the toppling of the government of Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen, along with testimony regarding use of torture on protesters in Bahrain and a ceasefire called in Egypt and continued anti-government violence in Tahrir Square - all on one day.
Doctors Sentenced in Bahrain to Harsh Sentences
F1 CEO on deciding to race in Bahrain: "It's not about the money"
David Gregory Asks About Humanitarian Double Standard Justifying Libyan Attacks But Not How We Can Afford It
David Gregory did actually ask Admiral Mike Mullen about the double standard we have when it comes to justifying our military getting involved in Libya's civil war, but ignoring what's going on in Bahrain. What he failed to ask him about is how we
Democracy is okay only when it doesn't threaten the royal families of the Middle East, I guess: Saudi Arabia has moved decisively to bolster Bahrain's embattled royal family, sending military forces across the causeway linking the two
Bahrain’s Special Envoy to the United States, Latif Al-Zayani thinks the force used to attack and sometimes kill protesters in Bahrain has been "proportional" and "legal".
More unrest in the Middle East is met with state-sanctioned senseless brutality, this time in the smaller but militarily significant (it hosts the U.S. 5th fleet) country of Bahrain.