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DUBAI (Reuters) – The future of U.S. military support for Bahrain, starting with a $53 million (33 million pounds) arms deal now on the line, hinges on the findings of a human rights investigation into the Gulf kingdom’s handling of popular protests earlier this year. The jury is out. Originally due last month, the report was pushed back to November 23 after Bahrain’s longtime superpower ally …

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