Bahrain's capital city Manama is currently under military control. The country's protestors may or may not be successful in building a democratic government, but one thing is for sure: civil unrest is not good for business.
It's been a week since Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president of Egypt. Now the focus is on Bahrain as protests there heat up. New York Times reporter Patrick Farrell reports from Bahrain on what he witnessed during Friday prayers in Manama.
The New York Times' Nicholas Kristof is in Bahrain, where protesters have taken over the central square in Manama. Kristof explains that the rise of the middle class in Bahrain is one of the reasons there are demands for a more democratic rule.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to journalist Reem Khalifa in Manama, Bahrain, about a coffee shop that serves as a meeting house for demonstrators, and has been engulfed by tear gas from nearby protests many times.