quarta-feira, 6 de janeiro de 2016

Bahrain again the scene of violent demonstrations

The police resorted to tear gas to disperse groups of hooded, which in some cases threw stones and "molotov cocktails" against the security forces.

The majority Shiite community, the Kingdom run by a Sunni dynasty, has played since Saturday loud protests against the execution of religious leader Nimr al-Nimr, in neighboring Saudi Arabia.

The Bahrain lives a volatile political situation since the rebellion led in 2011 by Shiites, who demanded reforms and a greater role in decisions about the country and it was crushed with the help of allied countries of the Persian Gulf, including Saudi Arabia.

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