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06 Nov 2012 08:42 GMT | Middle East, Bahrain
Two foreign workers have been killed and a third seriously injured by bomb blasts in Bahrain.
The five explosions happened in two separate areas of the capital, Manama, on Monday.
Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane explains.
Source: Al Jazeera
Gulf state's decision expected to raise pressure on Shia Muslim organisations engaged in organising opposition marches.
Politics, Middle East, US & Canada, Bahrain, United States
Police use water cannon and tear gas to disperse mainly Shia protesters after memorial for man who died in jail.
Middle East, Bahrain
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