Bahrain, Kuwait monarchies oppress opposition

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Kingdoms of Loathing: Kuwait & Bahrain step up crackdown on opposition

Published on Feb 5, 2013

The Gulf kingdoms of Bahrain and Kuwait are seeing fresh public outcries against the country’s unelected rulers, who have been stepping up their crackdowns on dissent for the last 2 years. Calls for more rights and democracy are increasingly met with arrests and brutal force, as the conservative monarchs refuse to concede. While the West is accused of turning a blind eye to violations by its key Arab allies, as Lucy Kafanov reports.

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