Bahrain princess Noura Bint Ebrahim al-Khalifa charged with torture of pro-democracy activists
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A princess in the Gulf kingdom of Bahrain has been charged with the torture of pro-democratic activists while they were in detention during the 2011 uprising. Princess Noura Bint Ebrahim al-Khalifa, who works in Bahrain's Drugs Control Unit, has been accused with another officer of torturing two doctors and brothers, Ghassan and Bassem Daif, who worked at the Salmaniya Medical Complex.