Bahrain opposition leader: Hopes fading for talks as violence increases: apne.ws/ZoC6Nj -CJ
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 11, 2012
There’s no sign that the unrest in Bahrain is going away. If anything, the opposite is true. The Bahrain Monitor has been completely overhauled to make tracking of developments there a bit easier. The streams have been tightened up significantly and now pull more English language content that focuses on the conflict between the state and protesters. The Bahraini government, military, intelligence apparatus, and police are being monitored along with incidents of protest and violence.
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