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Released activist describes Bahrain as 'moving backwards'

26 June 2014 Last updated at 16:38 BST

Nabeel Rajab is president of the Bahrain centre for human rights and one of the most prominent opposition activists in the country.

He served two years in jail for taking part in protests and was released a month ago. He told the BBC that the country is "moving backwards".

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