Bahrain: Policing Protest

The Gulf island kingdom of Bahrain promised sweeping police reforms after a harsh crackdown on anti-government protestors in 2011 left more than 50 people dead. Two years on the government says it is making good progress. But as unrest continues, amidst on-going allegations of police brutality, the opposition says the promised police reforms are nothing more than window dressing. For Our World, Bill Law visits Bahrain to discover where the truth lies.

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Sun 25 Aug 2013 22:30 GMT

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