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Protests in Bahrain Mark Second Anniversary of Uprisingi
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February 15, 2013 9:37 PM
Thousands of opposition supporters in Bahrain jammed a major highway leading to the capital Friday, as clashes broke out for a second day in rallies marking the second anniversary of the uprising against the country's Sunni rulers. Carla Babb reports from Washington.

Protests in Bahrain Mark Second Anniversary of Uprising

Published February 15, 2013

Thousands of opposition supporters in Bahrain jammed a major highway leading to the capital Friday, as clashes broke out for a second day in rallies marking the second anniversary of the uprising against the country's Sunni rulers. Carla Babb reports from Washington.


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