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Bahrain - Media freedom flouted during Grand Prix, government PR operation flops

Reporters without borders
The Manama Formula One Grand Prix finally went ahead despite the all the tension and protests in Bahrain, but many foreign and local journalists paid the price of the government's determination to prevent video and photo coverage of the crackdown taking place away from the race track. British TV reporter Jonathan Miller and his Channel 4 News crew were briefly chased by riot police vehicles and then arrested on 22 April after being spotted filming a protest in a village on the Budaiya road. (...)

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