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By Bob Dole
Buildings and vehicles mustn't block the disabled from leading an active life
Topic - Bahrain Independent Commission Of Inquiry
The ambassador from Bahrain is defending her country against allegations that the Persian Gulf kingdom is still abusing its citizens, more than a year after the government crushed an uprising led by majority Shiite protesters against the minority Sunni royal family.
The head of a probe into Bahrain's recent unrest said he found "no evidence" that Iran gave material support to the kingdom's Shiite opposition during its 10-month uprising against the Sunni-dominated government.