Bahrain's crackdown on opposition continues

Al Jazeera's exclusive on the Gulf Arab state's crackdown on mainly Shia protesters.

    Al Jazeera now provides the clearest look yet at just how authorities in Bahrain are cracking down on the protest movement.

    The Shia majority has been demanding more freedoms from the Sunni leadership.

    But the government has all but shut down the widespread demonstrations that began in February.

    May Welsh explains in this exclusive report.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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