April 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);4/11/2011, Vol. 197 Issue 5070, p15
The article reports on the political unrest in Bahrain in 2011. It mentions that two Bahraini Shiite political activists who are detained due to their anti-regime protests have died at the hands of police security guards after allegedly creating trouble in detention. It also notes that 24 Bahrainis were killed during the civilian-military clashes over the month-long protests, headed by Bahrain's majority Shiites in March 2011.


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