Bahrain protesters face continued crackdown

Activists say the violence is increasing as people continue to take to the streets to demand change.

    Evidence has surfaced of alleged police brutality in Bahrain, six months since the crackdown began on the country's Shia led pro-democracy movement.

    Activists say the violence is increasing as people continue to take to the streets to demand change.

    Charles Stratford reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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