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Bahraini doctors on Monday will face a retrial on charges of attempting to topple the monarchy and inciting hatred against the regime during the protests, quashed in March. The 20 medics, some of whom were forced to make televised confessions against each other, face prison sentences of up to 15 years for their involvement in the protests. An independent report released on Tuesday called for their trials to be reviewed. Al Jazeera's Nick Clark spoke to Dr. Nada Deif - who was sentenced to 15 years - about her case.