Cameron Abadi

Associate Editor, Foreign Policy Magazine

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In Bahrain early this morning, soldiers fired shotguns, tear gas and concussion grenades down on pro-democracy protesters sleeping in Pearl Square.  At least five people where killed.

Bahrain Attempts to Crush Protest Movement, Protests in Libya and Yemen Also Turn Violent

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