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Bahrain Court Upholds Medics’ Jail Terms As Protests Continuei
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October 02, 2012 9:44 PM
Bahrain's highest court this week upheld the prison sentences against nine medics accused of aiding opposition protesters during demonstrations last year in the capital, Manama. The case has drawn international criticism of the Gulf kingdom, where the Shia majority continues to protest against the Sunni rulers. Henry Ridgwell reports.]]

Bahrain Court Upholds Medics’ Jail Terms As Protests Continue

Published October 02, 2012

Bahrain's highest court this week upheld the prison sentences against nine medics accused of aiding opposition protesters during demonstrations last year in the capital, Manama. The case has drawn international criticism of the Gulf kingdom, where the Shia majority continues to protest against the Sunni rulers. Henry Ridgwell reports.]]


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