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Protests in Bahrain on Second Anniversary of Uprisingi
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February 14, 2013 10:00 PM
The uprising in Bahrain, which the government has continually suppressed, marked its second anniversary Thursday and one teenage protester was killed. The opposition plans more demonstrations on Friday. Carla Babb reports from Washington.

Protests in Bahrain on Second Anniversary of Uprising

Published February 14, 2013

The uprising in Bahrain, which the government has continually suppressed, marked its second anniversary Thursday and one teenage protester was killed. The opposition plans more demonstrations on Friday. Carla Babb reports from Washington.


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