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Saudi Troops Send 3,500 Troops to Bahrain

Demonstrators who have seized control of key points in Manama the capital of Bahrain. The response of a National Guard brigade, a mechanized brigade of the Saudi army and a tank battalion with 3,500 troops. The force consists of a six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council to guard Bahrain’s oil facilities. The Shiite opposition demonstrators in Bahrain […]

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Protests Continue in Bahrain on Sunday

Anti-government protests continued in Bahrain’s capital Manama on Sunday. Hundreds of protesters spent the night in Pearl Square after the withdrawal on Saturday of security forces, a day after firing on marchers trying to reach the site. See also Wikipedia 2011 Arab World Protests Major protests; occupation of main public spaces with peaceful chanting of […]

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At Least Five Killed in Government Attack of Peaceful Protesters in Bahrain

Al Jazeera’s James Bays reports from Manama where many protesters say they won’t be attending any negotiations. They want the government removed. On February 18 2011 the Guardian reported: ‘Five people are believed to have been killed and scores injured after Bahraini security forces raided thousands in a peaceful protest in Pearl Square in the […]

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