No teargas for Bahraini dictatorship, Korean trade unions say

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This video is called Bahraini security forces raid a high school in Manama, firing teargas at the students. It says about itself:

Bahraini security forces have raided a high school in the capital Manama, firing teargas at the students angry over the recent arrest of a fellow student.

Regime forces clashed with students protesting outside their school, located close to the US embassy in southern Manama, on Tuesday.

The students were angry over the arrest of 17-year-old student Hassan Humidan at the school on Monday.

Bahrainis have been staging peaceful anti-regime demonstrations since mid-February 2011 despite the ruling Al Khalifa regime’s heavy-handed crackdown.

From the MENA Solidarity Network:

Bahrain: Korean unions condemn tear gas shipment

Posted on October 18, 2013

The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) demanded that the Korean government refuse to grant an export license for a huge shipment of tear gas to Bahrain. Campaigners from…

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