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Bahrain Grand Prix: Formula One teams begin qualifying despite death of protester in clashes with police

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Saturday, 21 April 2012

Bahrain Grand Prix: Formula One teams begin qualifying despite death of protester in clashes with policeOpposition leaders said the man, named locally as Salah Abbas Habib, was found dead on the roof of a building at a site in Abu Suiba, a district of southern Manama.
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The arrival of the Formula One event to Bahrain has put the spotlight back on a country where protests are ongoing.

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