Rajab, who had been arrested for comments he's made on the social media site Twitter, said he still has cases pending against him that could land him back in jail. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali) June 27, 2012
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Bahrain human rights activist Rajab waves at anti-government protesters as he joins them during an anti-government rally in support of fellow activist al-Khawaja and demanding his release, in Manama
Bahrain released from jail yesterdauy leading Shiite rights activist Nabil Rajab, his lawyer said, just hours after the government announced $2.6 million compensation for 17 people killed in last year's bloody crackdown. Rajab was released three...