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Street Protests in Bahrain
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Street Protests in Bahrain

Bahrain’s opposition paralyzed traffic on the main streets of the capital, gearing up for more protests ahead of November 22 parliamentary elections. It is protesting the government’s decision to abolish one of the country’s provinces, distributing the election polls among other provinces. Protests in Bahrain have not ceased, since the uprising in 2011 followed by the crackdown backed by Saudi-led troops.

 

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