"The commission is also concerned by reports of new arrests, especially in Hama and Aleppo."
With news that the wholesale shelling of Homs continued, activists reported that Assad's air force was conducting attacks against Idlib and Saraqeb, and that at least 50 people have been killed today, I wonder how long the the UN monitors can keep a straight face when saying that things have gotten better since the ceasefire.
1948 GMT: Activist Zainab AlKhawaja reports that she may be receiving preferential treatment by Bahraini police because she is so high-profile, but there may be a case filed against her for taking pictures of tonight's protests:
The last thing I heard was "you must go to the police station, there's a case against u" apparently for taking pics #bahrain— angry arabiya (@angryarabiya) April 16, 2012
Walking back to my car there was nobody on the streets but riot police started shooting lots of teargas #bahrain— angry arabiya (@angryarabiya) April 16, 2012