30 September 2012, 06:32

Bahrain protest turns violent

Bahrain protest turns violent

Police in Bahrain used tear gas and stun grenades to break up a demonstration of more than 1,000 Shiites protesting Friday’s killing by a police patrol of a teenage boy. Several demonstrators were injured. Local Interior Ministry officials said the police acted in self-defense.

Police in Bahrain used tear gas and stun grenades to break up a demonstration of more than 1,000 Shiites protesting Friday’s killing by a police patrol of a teenage boy. Several demonstrators were injured. Local Interior Ministry officials said the police acted in self-defense.

17-year-old Ali Hussein Nemat was shot and killed for allegedly throwing Molotov cocktails at members of a police patrol.

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