Middle East
Rights groups condemn Bahrain violence
Family shares story of father who was killed after driving past unofficial checkpoint.
Last Modified: 22 Mar 2011 01:26

Human rights activists have condemned military aggression towards anti-government protesters demanding political change in the Gulf kingdom of Bahrain.

Al Jazeera has spoken to the family of a father who was killed after driving past an unofficial checkpoint in the country during the unrest.

Our correspondent, who we are not naming for safety reasons, has this report.

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