TheRealNews on Apr 23, 2013
Sam Husseini interviews Said Yousif al-Muhafda, who was jailed for his twitter activism, about arrests, mass teargassing and use of shotguns to suppress peaceful protest.
F1 Race Rage: Bahrain police use teargas in clashes with protesters
RussiaToday on Apr 20, 2013
Tensions are high in Bahrain ahead of Sunday’s Formula One Grand Prix but not in anticipation of a dramatic race. Tens of thousands of pro-reform protesters across the country are furious at the government hosting a major sports event despite the kingdom’s poor human rights record.
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