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15.03.2011

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Martial law has been declared in the Gulf kingdom of Bahrain to try to quell weeks of anti-government protests in which at least three people have died. Meanwhile, heavy fighting is continuing in Libya between government and rebel forces, with Colonel Gaddafi's troops isolating the last major rebel-held town between Tripoli, and the rebel stronghold of Benghazi. Gaddafi says he's determined to crush the rebellion. Source: abc.net.au

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