A lawyer said a Bahrain court has acquitted two police officers accused of torturing doctors who were detained while treating wounded protesters in 2011.
Lawyer "Ali Al Juffairi" said he attended Monday's court session and that none of the six doctors or the two police officers were present when the verdict was read. The doctors were released from custody at different times over the past years.
Among the two acquitted was Noora bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, a female police officer and member of Bahrain's royal family.
The doctors were detained at the height of protests by Bahraini demanding greater rights from the ruling monarchy.
The case is the latest in a string of acquittals for security officers accused of using excessing force and abusing detainees in Bahrain.