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Anti-Government Protests Heat Up Ahead of Bahrain F1 Racei
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April 17, 2013 12:57 PM
Anti-government protesters in Bahrain are stepping up their demonstrations as Formula One drivers and their teams head to Bahrain for Sunday’s Grand Prix auto race. A group of youth activists claimed responsibility for a car bomb in Manama Friday, in which no one was injured. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, some British lawmakers are calling for the head of F1 to cancel the race.

Anti-Government Protests Heat Up Ahead of Bahrain F1 Race

Published April 17, 2013

Anti-government protesters in Bahrain are stepping up their demonstrations as Formula One drivers and their teams head to Bahrain for Sunday’s Grand Prix auto race. A group of youth activists claimed responsibility for a car bomb in Manama Friday, in which no one was injured. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, some British lawmakers are calling for the head of F1 to cancel the race.


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