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Protests against the regime take place in Bahrain

Issue No. 2367

More than 60 anti-regime protests happened in towns and villages across Bahrain on Wednesday of last week, despite a state clampdown. Police used tear gas and bird shot against activists. 

Protests in the small state began in February 2011, but were ruthlessly crushed with the aid of Saudi Arabia.

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Tue 20 Aug 2013, 17:49 BST
Issue No. 2367
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