A court in Bahrain has sentenced seven anti-regime campaigners to seven years in prison each over their alleged involvement in an attack on Al Khalifah regime forces.
On Monday, Bahrain's Fourth High Criminal Court handed down the prison sentences to the defendants on charges of hurling a petrol bomb at an armored police vehicle in the village of Shakhurah on March 17, 2016, Arabic-language Bahrain Mirror news website reported.
On March 23, a Bahraini court sentenced three people to death over purported bombings, which targeted anti-riot patrols in al-Qurayyah village and left a number of police officers injured.