Bahraini women mourn during the funeral of 20-year-old prisoner Fadel Abbas Musalem (portrait) in the village of Diraz, west of the capital Manama, on January 26, 2014. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH
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A Bahraini court upheld on Monday jail sentences of 10-15 years for Shiites convicted of launching two separate attacks on police in the Gulf kingdom, a judicial source said.In the first case, the court of cassation confirmed 15-year prison sentences against each of 10 defendants convicted of attempting to murder four policemen, the source said.In the other case, the court upheld 10-year jail terms against each of three Shiites convicted of attempting to murder policemen in the village of Karzakan in February last year.
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