Published on Jul 16, 2012 by RussiaToday
Fresh protests have flared in Bahrain, despite the ruling-monarchy's declaration that all forms of public demonstrations are now banned. In the latest clashes, police and troops fired shotgun rounds and tear gas at demonstrators.
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Jen Marlowe, US documentary filmmaker talks to RT. Bahrain is intensifying its crackdown on the pro-democracy opposition and is trying to silence those covering its actions. Marlowe was kicked out of the country.
Khalil Al-Marzooq, leading figure of Al-Wefaq, Bahrain's largest opposition party, says all protesters are demanding an end to the tyranny.
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