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Bahrain security forces clash with protesters

02-14-2011 08:15 BJT

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Bahrain's security forces have set up checkpoints and clashed with marchers in at least one village. The wide-ranging clampdown, appears directed, toward Bahrain's Shiite majority.

The move reflects, the Sunni rulers' increasing worries, of protests, which have forced them to make concessions.

These include handing out cash and promising greater media reforms. Opposition groups, are calling for the first major anti-government protests in the Gulf since the uprising in Egypt.

They're blanketing social media sites. Government media monitors, have begun talks with newspaper publishers, and others to draft new rules to limit state controls.



Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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