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Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event

Bahraini protesters hold anti-regime rally in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama

Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
A Bahraini boy holds a poster of jailed activist Aziz Nasser as he takes part in an anti-regime rally in solidarity with political prisoners and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
Bahraini protesters hold pictures of jailed activists during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with the prisoners and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
A Bahraini protester prays during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with jailed political activists and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
A Bahraini protester holds a banner during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with jailed political activists and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
Bahraini protesters hold a banner reading 'Freedom of conscience. Freedom for prisoners of opinion' as they march during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with jailed political activists and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
Bahraini protesters hold a picture of jailed human rights activist Nabeel Rajab (C) as they march during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with jailed political activists and against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bahrain sees more protests ahead of F1 event
A Bahraini protestor holds a banner against the upcoming Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix during an anti-regime rally in solidarity with jailed political activists and against the race in the village of Al-Malkiya, south of Manama, on April 6, 2013. The Gulf state has been shaken by unrest since its forces in March 2011 crushed a month of popular Shiite-led protests demanding greater rights and an end to what they said was discrimination by the Sunni royals. (AFP/Getty Images)