Riot police storm Bahrain camp

Politics & Economics

Riot police in Bahrain's capital launched an early morning assault on anti-government protesters and retaken control of a central square. They fired tear gas and rubber bullets. Bahrain's main opposition group has said four protesters were killed during the violence, and more than two hundred wounded.

Source: Associated Press YouTube channel

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Posted by: Well Wisher

There is claim that the bullets were not rubber but real. The four were not killed during the 'violence' but were killed by the police in direct fire.

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