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  • Bahrain's military takes control of key areas in capital
    World News | Michael Slackman and Nadim Audi, New York Times | Thursday February 17, 2011
    The Bahrain  military, backed by tanks and armored personnel carriers, took control of most of this capital on Thursday hours after hundreds of heavily armed riot police officers fired shotguns, tear gas and concussion grenades to break up a pro-democracy camp inspired by the tumult swirling across the Middle East.Soldiers took up positions on...
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  • Crackdown on protesters in Bahrain's Pearl Square; 5 dead
    World News | Michael Slackman and Nadim Audi, New York Times | Thursday February 17, 2011
    Without warning, hundreds of heavily armed riot police officers rushed into Pearl Square Manama early on Thursday, firing shotguns, tear gas and concussion grenades at the thousands of demonstrators who were sleeping there as part of a widening protest against the nation's absolute monarchy.At least five people died, some of them reportedly killed ...
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'Michael Slackman And Nadim Audi New York Times' - 2 News Result(s)

  • Bahrain's military takes control of key areas in capital
    World News | Michael Slackman and Nadim Audi, New York Times | Thursday February 17, 2011
    The Bahrain  military, backed by tanks and armored personnel carriers, took control of most of this capital on Thursday hours after hundreds of heavily armed riot police officers fired shotguns, tear gas and concussion grenades to break up a pro-democracy camp inspired by the tumult swirling across the Middle East.Soldiers took up positions on...
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  • Crackdown on protesters in Bahrain's Pearl Square; 5 dead
    World News | Michael Slackman and Nadim Audi, New York Times | Thursday February 17, 2011
    Without warning, hundreds of heavily armed riot police officers rushed into Pearl Square Manama early on Thursday, firing shotguns, tear gas and concussion grenades at the thousands of demonstrators who were sleeping there as part of a widening protest against the nation's absolute monarchy.At least five people died, some of them reportedly killed ...
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