Bahrain questions opposition chief over tweets

Bahraini protesters hold portraits of Sheikh Ali Salman, head of the Shiite opposition movement Al-Wefaq, during a demonstration against his arrest, in the village of Diraz on October 9, 2015Dubai (AFP) – Bahrain's prosecutor said Sunday he would not press new charges against Sheikh Ali Salman, the jailed leader of the main Shiite opposition bloc, in connection with messages posted on Twitter.


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