Middle East

Kuwait ruler slams 'illegal' opposition protests

Tear gas fills the air to disperse protesters during an impromptu protest in Sabah al Salem districts November 4, 2012. Kuwaiti security forces fired tear gas to disperse a banned demonstration on Sunday by about 2,000 opposition supporters against new voting rules for parliamentary elections on December 1, 2012. (REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee)





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