It is known to have pro-government stance. Al Watan was launched on 10 December The online edition of the paper was the 46th most visited website for in the MENA region. The daily has supplements in business and sports. It is a pro-government daily newspaper according to Human Rights Watch. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Governmental "Al-Watan" newspaper in Bahrain temporarily halted the decision to lay off 12 journalists after a meeting held between the Labor Ministry and the newspaper.
If the words of businessman Yousef Mashal were painful to hear, then the injustice of your own countrymen would even feel more painful. The High Criminal Court sentenced adjusted the replaced imprisonment verdict of alternative manual work penalty issued against Watan newspaper's editor-in-chief, Youssef Al-Binkhalil, and only fined him BD in the case the lawsuit presented by former MP Anas Buhendi against Al-Binkhalil in which he accused him of insulting him through an article he published in the newspaper.
The Second High Criminal Court sentenced Al-Watan newspaper's editor-in-chief, Youssef Al-Binkhalil, to one month in jail while suspending the execution of the sentence with BD bail, and replaced it with an alternative manual work penalty, in the case raised against him by the former MP Anas Buhendi over slander charges.
Al-Binkhalil was investigated over a lawsuit brought by MP Anas Buhendi who accused him of public defamation. Local Al-Watan newspaper, linked to royal court, published inflammatory article against prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Mohammad Sanqour.
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