This video says about itself:
Bahraini riot police have fired tear gas and stun grenades at hundreds of demonstrators attempting to block a highway. Frequent anti-government protests have wracked the country since February 2011. RT talks to Patrick Henningsen, geopolitical analyst at the current affairs UK column web site – READ MORE here.
Bahrain chemical warfare culprit: here.
Rights groups express concern to French President over meeting with Bahraini king: here.
At least 40 people were arrested in Bahrain on Friday in a government crackdown on a pro-democracy rally. Bahraini forces fired tear gas and bird shot to disperse the crowd, wounding at least 45 people. Among those detained was pro-democracy activist Zainab Alkhawaja, the daughter of Abdulhadi Alkhawaja, who ended a more than three-month hunger strike in May. Bahrain is a key U.S. government ally, hosting the Navy’s Fifth Fleet: here.
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