Bahrain denounces Iranian 'interference' to UN

Bahrain's Foreign Affairs Minister Khaled bin Ahmed al-Khalifa attends a meeting in Riyadh on June 11, 2015Bahrain has submitted a complaint to the United Nations denouncing Iranian “interference” in its internal affairs, the BNA news agency said Friday. The move came a day after Manama recalled its ambassador from Iran and ordered Tehran’s envoy to leave within 72 hours. The Gulf kingdom of Bahrain, with a majority Shiite Muslim population ruled by a Sunni dynasty, has suffered from unrest since a pro-democracy uprising in 2011.

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