Bahrain media censorship


This video is called Web censorship in Bahrain.

John Yates, the former Scotland Yard assistant commissioner advising Bahrain‘s security services, said he could not guarantee the safety of formula one personnel at this weekend’s grand prix: here.

From Associated Press:

Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 6:44 AM

Two Associated Press journalists are being prevented from covering the Bahrain Grand Prix because they have not received visas to enter the Gulf kingdom.

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