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::photo:: Bahrain police crack dawn mourners and protesters
  Riot police in Bahrain fired tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades as they clashed Sunday with hundreds of opposition supporters, some hurling Molotov cocktails, following the politically charged funeral. The words, in Arabic and English, "Down, down Hamad" on the boy's picture refer to Bahrain's king.
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Monday 2 January 2012 16:32
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Mourners lift the flag-draped casket of Sayed Hashim Saeed, 15, an anti-government protester who was killed during clashes with riot police, onto a vehicle for his funeral procession Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012, in the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, Bahrain.
Mourners lift the flag-draped casket of Sayed Hashim Saeed, 15, an anti-government protester who was killed during clashes with riot police, onto a vehicle for his funeral procession Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012, in the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, Bahrain.
BFnews: Riot police and protesters are clashing in several Bahraini towns in one of the most widespread days of protest in the Gulf kingdom for months.

Thousands of Bahrainis are marching near the capital city of Manama to demand the immediate resignation of the government. The mostly Shiite Muslim protesters carried the red and white Bahraini flag as they marched in a northern district of the tiny island kingdom for nearly four miles, six kilometers.
Source : daylife