Nicholas Kristof Reports on Police Attacking Bahrani Protesters

Friday, February 18, 2011

Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times gives a first-hand account of Bahraini police attacking protestors with tear gas and rubber bullets. The attacks have been taking place at a hospital located in the capital city Manama, which has been the site of angry clashes after police had opened fire on thousands sleeping by a traffic circle called Pearl Square.

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