Bahraini police after a bomb attacks was carried out on police in January 2017. (AFP)
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Dozens of Shiite protesters took to the streets of Bahrain Wednesday to mark the seventh anniversary of an Arab Spring-inspired uprising, witnesses said, reporting clashes between demonstrators and police.Home to a majority Shiite Muslim population, Bahrain has been ruled for more than 200 years by the Sunni Al-Khalifa dynasty.Under Bahrain's citizenship law, amended after the protests broke out, people who engage in acts deemed "disloyal" to the state can be their nationality.
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