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Bahrain police install cameras to curb abuse

Bahrain is trying to clean up its human rights image by installing video cameras in police stations as anti-government protests continue.

FIA extends deadline for Bahrain GP

Formula One's governing body has given Bahrain until June 3 to decide if a new date can be set for the Bahrain Grand Prix this year.

Bahrain forces quash small protests in Day of Rage

Small protests broke out in Bahrain's capital for a planned Day of Rage on Friday despite a ban under martial law imposed last week, but were crushed.

Bahrain protests throw island kingdom into chaos

Thousands of anti-government protesters cut off Bahrain's financial centre, while others from its main university clashed with police on Sunday.

Bahrain crown prince has final say on F1

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone will rely on Bahrain's crown prince to decide whether the season-opening grand prix will have to be cancelled.

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