Bahraini anti-regime protestors throw petrol bombs towards riot police during clashes following the funeral of Abd Al-Ghani Al-Rayes in the village of Diraz, west of Manama on April 1, 2013. Al-Rayes, who was 66-years old, died in front of a police station following what medics presume was a heart-attack, as he was trying to find out what happened to his arrested son, family said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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