Police in Bahrain have fired tear gas and stun grenades at protesters trying to occupy a landmark square in the nation's capital. It's happened on the eve of the one year anniversary of a pro-democracy uprising in the Gulf kingdom.
On Monday, hundreds of protesters marched through Manama to mark the revolt that was crushed by security forces.
Tariq Ali, Middle East expert told RT there's a huge difference in how some world powers treat suppression of protests in the region.
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