Latest Bahrain photos: Barricades, battle tanks and burning tents

Latest pictures show black smoke billowing from burning tents in Pearl Roundabout in Bahrain's capital
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Bahraini army tanks block streets leading to Pearl Roundabout in the capital Manama on March 16, 2011, as heavily armed police forces raid a month-old pro-democracy sit-in, leaving three protesters dead according to the opposition and sparking Shiite outrage across the region (Getty Images)
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Iraqi Shiite Muslims hold up the Bahraini flag as they protest in Sadr City in eastern Baghdad on March 16, 2011, in support of the Shiite protesters in Bahrain and against the violent crackdown by the ruling Sunni Muslim dynasty in the Bahraini capital Manama (Getty Images)
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Bahraini army tanks block streets leading to Pearl Roundabout in the capital Manama on March 16, 2011, as heavily armed police forces raid a month-old pro-democracy sit-in, leaving three protesters dead according to the opposition and sparking Shiite outrage across the region (Getty Images)
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Black smoke billows from burning tents in Pearl Roundabout in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011, after Bahraini police killed at least two protesters and wounded dozens more as they assaulted a peaceful protest camp in the capital's Pearl Roundabout, an opposition party official said (Getty Images)
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Black smoke billows from burning tents in Pearl Roundabout in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011, after Bahraini police killed at least two protesters and wounded dozens more as they assaulted a peaceful protest camp in the capital's Pearl Roundabout, an opposition party official said (Getty Images)
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Bahraini National guard arrest a man believed to be a journalist as he walked towards Pearl Roundabout in the Bahraini capital Manama, on March 16, 2011 (Getty Images)
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Black smoke billows from burning tents in Pearl Pearl Roundabou in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011, after Bahraini police killed at least two protesters and wounded dozens more as they assaulted a peaceful protest camp in the capital's Pearl Roundabout, an opposition party official said (Getty Images)
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A protester stands opened armed in front of the militarty in Pearl Square in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011 (Getty Images)
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A man from the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital Manama is brought to the Salmaniya hospital late on March 15, 2011, after he was shot with pellets of buckshot, as the king imposed a state of emergency after bringing in foreign troops to help quell anti-regime protests (Getty Images)
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Black smoke billows from burning tents in Pearl Pearl Roundabou in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011, after Bahraini police killed at least two protesters and wounded dozens more as they assaulted a peaceful protest camp in the capital's Pearl Roundabout, an opposition party official said (Getty Images)
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Bahraini National guard arrest a man believed to be a journalist as he walked towards Pearl Roundabout in the Bahraini capital Manama, on March 16, 2011 (Getty Images)
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Black smoke billows from burning tents in Pearl Roundabout in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011, after Bahraini police killed at least two protesters and wounded dozens more as they assaulted a peaceful protest camp in the capital's Pearl Roundabout, an opposition party official said
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Black smoke billows from burning tents in Pearl Roundabout in Bahraini capital Manama on March 16, 2011, after Bahraini police killed at least two protesters and wounded dozens more as they assaulted a peaceful protest camp in the capital's Pearl Roundabout, an opposition party official said
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Bahraini anti-government look at spent gas canisters, stun grenades, rubber bullets all piled up in Pearl Roundabout, the epicentre of the anti government movement, in Manama on March 14, 2011 (Getty Images)
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Anti-government protesters protest outside the Saudi Arabian embassy in Manama, on March 15, 2011, as Bahrain's king Hamad declared a three-month state of emergency as Iran strongly condemned a military intervention by Gulf troops to help put down Shiite-led unrest in the Sunni-ruled kingdom (Getty Images)
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Anti government protesters marched on the Saudi Arabian embassy in Manama, on March 15, 2011, as Bahrain's king declared a three-month state of emergency as Iran strongly condemned a military intervention by Gulf troops to help put down Shiite-led unrest in the Sunni-ruled kingdom (Getty Images)
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Female Anti-government protesters gather outside the Saudi Arabian embassy in Manama, on March 15, 2011, as Bahrain's king Hamad declared a three-month state of emergency as Iran strongly condemned a military intervention by Gulf troops to help put down Shiite-led unrest in the Sunni-ruled kingdom (Getty Images)
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Anti government protesters marched on the Saudi Arabian embassy in Manama, on March 15, 2011, as Bahrain's king declared a three-month state of emergency as Iran strongly condemned a military intervention by Gulf troops to help put down Shiite-led unrest in the Sunni-ruled kingdom
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Anti government protesters marched on the Saudi Arabian embassy in Manama, on March 15, 2011, as Bahrain's king declared a three-month state of emergency as Iran strongly condemned a military intervention by Gulf troops to help put down Shiite-led unrest in the Sunni-ruled kingdom