A boy mourns during the funeral of Yussef al-Nashmi, who died in hospital the day before as he was detained by Bahraini authorities since on August 17, in the western Manama suburb of Jidd Hafs, on October 12, 2013. Anti-riot police in Bahrain used buckshot, sound grenades and tear gas to disperse hundreds of Shiite protesters trying to reach Pearl Square in Manama after the funeral of Nashmi.
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A boy mourns during the funeral of Yussef al-Nashmi, who died in hospital the day before as he was detained by Bahraini authorities since on August 17, in the western Manama suburb of Jidd Hafs, on October 12, 2013. Anti-riot police in Bahrain used buckshot, sound grenades and tear gas to disperse hundreds of Shiite protesters trying to reach Pearl Square in Manama after the funeral of Nashmi.

[Credit : Mohammed Al Shaikh/AFP/Getty Images]

An unexploded molotov cocktail burns next to a riot police armored personnel carrier in the village of Selah west of Manama, September 4, 2013. Protesters clashed with riot police after a funeral procession of Sadeq Sabt in Selah. Sabt died on September 1 from injuries caused when a car hit him while he was trying to create road-blocks in the village by burning tires on the road on July 30, 2013, according to media reports.
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An unexploded molotov cocktail burns next to a riot police armored personnel carrier in the village of Selah west of Manama, September 4, 2013. Protesters clashed with riot police after a funeral procession of Sadeq Sabt in Selah. Sabt died on September 1 from injuries caused when a car hit him while he was trying to create road-blocks in the village by burning tires on the road on July 30, 2013, according to media reports.

[Credit : Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters]

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A Bahraini woman wears a national flag during the funeral of Sadeq Sabt, in the village of North Sehla, west of Manama, on September 1, 2013. Sabt, 22, died of his injuries after he was hit by a vehicle during a protest a month before. The Sunni-ruled kingdom has been rocked by sporadic violence since its security forces crushed a month of Arab Spring-inspired democracy protests by Shiites in 2011. 
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A Bahraini woman wears a national flag during the funeral of Sadeq Sabt, in the village of North Sehla, west of Manama, on September 1, 2013. Sabt, 22, died of his injuries after he was hit by a vehicle during a protest a month before. The Sunni-ruled kingdom has been rocked by sporadic violence since its security forces crushed a month of Arab Spring-inspired democracy protests by Shiites in 2011. 

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Bahrain | August 14, 2013

1. A Bahraini anti-government protester, masked against the tear gas, carries a national flag and stones during clashes with riot police in the village of Shakhoora, Bahrain, on Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013. Bahraini protesters clashed with riot police in neighbourhoods around the capital Wednesday and stores shut their doors amid opposition calls for a general strike, but a tight security clampdown appears to have stopped large-scale demonstrations in the city. (Hasan Jamali/AP)

2. Bahraini police force arrest a protester during demonstration against the ruling regime in the village of Shakhoora. (Mohammed Al-Shaikh/AFP/Getty Images)

3. Riot police detain a protester during clashes in the village of Shakhoora. (Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters)

4. A protester shows expended birdshot cartridges fired by riot police during clashes in the village of Shakhoora. (Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters)

A woman stands in front of a car garage as she watches the funeral procession of Ali Isa Albasri in the village of Sitra, south of Manama, on August 2, 2013. Albasri and Mahmood Abbas Alaradi died when the car they were travelling in hit a vehicle while they were being chased by police, according to opposition. Police issued a media statement saying that the police has nothing do to with the accident and stated that it was a fatal road accident. Both victims were buried in the village on Friday. The graffiti reads, “Stop torturing women”
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A woman stands in front of a car garage as she watches the funeral procession of Ali Isa Albasri in the village of Sitra, south of Manama, on August 2, 2013. Albasri and Mahmood Abbas Alaradi died when the car they were travelling in hit a vehicle while they were being chased by police, according to opposition. Police issued a media statement saying that the police has nothing do to with the accident and stated that it was a fatal road accident. Both victims were buried in the village on Friday. The graffiti reads, “Stop torturing women”

[Credit : Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters]

A Bahraini anti-government protester reacts to tear gas fired by riot police during clashes in Bilad al-Qadeem village, Bahrain on June 15, 2013. Days after the government announced it had arrested key members of the February 14 group, the group called on Bahrainis to sit outside their houses in a show of defiance and to hold rallies Saturday, prompting clashes with riot police in villages throughout Bahrain.
[Credit : Hasan Jamali/AP]

A Bahraini anti-government protester reacts to tear gas fired by riot police during clashes in Bilad al-Qadeem village, Bahrain on June 15, 2013. Days after the government announced it had arrested key members of the February 14 group, the group called on Bahrainis to sit outside their houses in a show of defiance and to hold rallies Saturday, prompting clashes with riot police in villages throughout Bahrain.

[Credit : Hasan Jamali/AP]