Middle East

Bahrain raises alarm over rising violence

Bahraini lawmaker Latifa Gaould, right, talks with a colleague during a special session of parliament to discuss how to handle the uprising in the Gulf island kingdom, convened in Manama, Bahrain, Sunday, July 28, 2013. Several members of Bahrain's parliament, which doesn't include opposition groups, called for harsher methods against protesters, including stripping citizenship, establishing curfews, instituting martial law, employing the death penalty and banning all protests. (AP Photo/Hasan J





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