Report: Blast damages cars in Bahrain capital

By REUTERS
April 12, 2012 22:42

 
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DUBAI - An explosion shook the Bahraini capital Manama on Thursday, damaging two cars, the Interior Ministry said, about a week before a scheduled Formula One Grand Prix race in the Gulf Arab state which has drawn daily protests.

The ministry gave no further details in its Twitter message, but Al Arabiya television said the blast was caused by a gas container thrown among cars on a street in Manama.

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