Bahrain Bans Protests After Cops Tear Gas and Fire On Rally

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Bahraini authorities have banned all protest gatherings amid escalating clashes in the Gulf kingdom. It’s the most sweeping attempt so far to quash anti-regime protests that’ve been going on in the country for nearly two years. The restrictions come after the country’s police reportedly attacked anti-monarchy protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets in the capital Manama on Monday. Clashes in Bahrain occur almost daily, with around 80 people being killed since the unrest began.

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Michael Parenti on The State of Human Rights in the U.S.A. (clip from Long Distance Revolutionary)

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