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Topic - Abdul Jalili Khalil
Bahrain's king ordered the release of some political prisoners Tuesday, conceding to another opposition demand as the embattled monarchy tries to engage protesters in talks aimed at ending an uprising that has entered its second week.
Shi'ite opposition, Abdul Jalili Khalil, told the Associated Press.
"The government has taken a decision to shoot at its people," said Khalil, a Shi'ite opposition leader. "Our objective remains for this government to resign after failing to protect its people."