- — Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof)Thu, Dec 08 2011 09:20:15I'm in #Bahrain again! Legally! And not in prison! A good sign, in that the Bahrain government is not my biggest fan.
- — woodrat (@HonestBahrain)Fri, Dec 09 2011 09:41:08Nick Kristof criticicizes usageof molotoves by the Bahraini kids who defends themselves frm runed over by army vehicls https://twitter.com/#!/NickKristof #!/NickKristof
- — Khawla (@KhawlaBH)Fri, Dec 09 2011 09:45:38
- — Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof)Fri, Dec 09 2011 10:37:54Police seem to think this is awkward, holding me in car while they squelch protest. One very nicely offered me water.
- — M. K. Al-Binateej (@ATEEKSTER)Fri, Dec 09 2011 11:19:14
- — Adam B. Ellick (@aellick)Fri, Dec 09 2011 10:30:26#Bahrain police just broke up protest in sitra. Pierced my camera,, dragged me out. Now they are holding me in police car. Won't let me go
- — Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof)Fri, Dec 09 2011 10:39:36Adam says his camera got hit by tear gas grenade or rubber bullet. Then a cop hit him and the camera, breaking part of it.
- — Ministry of Interior (@moi_bahrain)Fri, Dec 09 2011 12:31:21Police Media Director: The Correspondent of the New York Times wasn't arrested and he sought police protection
- — Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof)Fri, Dec 09 2011 12:54:57
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