Tear gas fired at funeral of Bahraini protestor

The Shiite Muslim teenager died after he was knocked down by a car while being chased by Bahraini police during a crackdown on protesters
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A Bahraini Shiite Muslim protestor prepares to throw a petrol bomb at riot police who responded by firing bird shots and tear gas during clashes following the funeral of 16-year-old Ali Abbas Radhi in the village of Samahij, Muharreq City, east of capital Manama on November 10, 2012. The Shiite Muslim teenager died after he was knocked down by a car while being chased by Bahraini police during a crackdown on protesters, the opposition said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Bahraini Shiite Muslim protestor is seen as tear gas is fired by riot police during clashes following the funeral of 16-year-old Ali Abbas Radhi in the village of Samahij, Muharreq City, east of capital Manama on November 10, 2012. The Shiite Muslim teenager died after he was knocked down by a car while being chased by Bahraini police during a crackdown on protesters, the opposition said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Bahraini Shiite Muslims Protestors, holding petrol bombs, run for cover from bird shots and tear gas fired by riot policemen during clashes following the funeral of 16-year-old Ali Abbas Radhi in the village of Samahij, Muharreq City, East of capital Manama on November 10, 2012. The Shiite Muslim teenager died after he was knocked down by a car while being chased by Bahraini police during a crackdown on protesters, the opposition said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Bahraini Shiite boy watches protestors during clashes following an anti-government demonstration against the killing of 16-year old boy, Ali Abbas Radhi, in the village of Diraz, west Manama, on November 9, 2012. The Shiite teenager died after he was knocked down by a car while being chased by Bahraini police during a crackdown on protesters, the opposition said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Bahraini riot policemen walk past graffiti reading in Arabic: 'Peace on our martyrs' as they try to disperse protestors during clashes following an anti-government demonstration against the killing of 16-year old boy, Ali Abbas Radhi, in the village of Diraz, west Manama, on November 9, 2012. The Shiite teenager died after he was knocked down by a car while being chased by Bahraini police during a crackdown on protesters, the opposition said. (FP/Getty Images)
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Bahraini Shiite children play in the village of Diraz, west of Manama, on November 9, 2012. Police in Bahrain killed a 16-year-old Shiite teenager as security forces attempted to prevent protesters from joining weekly prayers called for by the opposition, Al-Wefaq group said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Bahraini Shiites perform the weekly Friday prayers in the village of Diraz, west of Manama, on November 9, 2012. Police in Bahrain killed a 16-year-old Shiite teenager as security forces attempted to prevent protesters from joining weekly prayers called for by the opposition, Al-Wefaq group said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Bahraini Shiite man lies in a house after being wounded in clashes between riot police and protesters who were prevented from joining weekly Friday prayers called for by the opposition in the village of Barbar on the western outskirts of the capital Manama on November 9, 2012. Police in Bahrain killed a 16-year-old Shiite teenager during the clashes, Al-Wefaq group said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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