After months of imprisonment, children and young men jailed by the Bahraini government are released as a show of good will to the international community after criticism for its handling of protests by its Shia population. Boys as young as 13 were reunited with their parents, many of whom, had not been told about their children's whereabouts or conditions until that evening. Torturing detainees is common practice.

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