Protests, clashes in Bahrain before Formula One race

By REUTERS
April 21, 2012 18:03

 
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MANAMA - Activists reported clashes in several districts in Bahrain on Saturday, a day before the Formula One Grand Prix race, and Reuters witnesses saw thousands taking part in an anti-government protest.

Around 7,000 people took part in a march called by opposition parties in Diraz, holding banners for democratic reforms in the Shi'ite-majority Gulf Arab state which is governed by the Sunni Muslim Al Khalifa family.

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