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Bahrain to try doctors for helping protesters

Several doctors and nurses who treated injured anti-government protesters during the months of unrest in Bahrain will be tried in a military court, the justice minister said Tuesday.Full story

Bahrain cleric: Death sentences deepen tensions

One of Bahrain's top Shiite clerics warned Friday that the country is at risk of even deeper tensions after four anti-government protesters were convicted of killing two policemen and sentenced to death by a military court. Full story

4 Bahrainis sentenced to death in police killings

A military court in Bahrain on Thursday convicted four protesters and sentenced them to death for killing two policemen during anti-government demonstrations, state media said. Full story

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