Bahraini police after a bomb attacks was carried out on police in January 2017. (AFP)
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Bahrain said it had rounded up 116 members of an armed network established and supported by Iran's Revolutionary Guard, a claim denied by Iran.Bahrain put down Arab Spring protests led by majority Shiites demanding reforms, but the Western-allied kingdom has faced a wave of bomb attacks by militants, who the Sunni-led government says are trained and supported by Iran. In January Bahrain police arrested 47 people on terror charges.Last month Bahrain accused Iran of training and arming two men accused of bombing a Saudi Aramco oil pipeline outside the capital Manama – an allegation Tehran dismissed as "false".
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