News ID: 366528
Publish Date: 30 September 2012 - 06:58

Bahraini Forces Open Fire on Anti-Regime Protesters

Navideshahed: Bahrain's Saudi-backed security forces have opened fire on anti-regime protesters, using shotguns and stun grenades to disperse demonstrators.

On Saturday, several people were injured after police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at mourners, who gathered in Sadad village to bury 17-year-old Ali Hossein Ne’ema.

The 17-year-old boy died of his wounds on Saturday after he was injured by police birdshots in the village of Sadad on Friday.

Bahrain troops used force to disperse demonstrators who took to the streets in a rally organized by the country’s main opposition blocs.

Chanting anti-regime slogans, the protesters called for the release of female activists in the regime’s jails.

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Source: PressTV

On Saturday, several people were injured after police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at mourners, who gathered in Sadad village to bury 17-year-old Ali Hossein Ne’ema. The 17-year-old boy died of his wounds on Saturday after he was injured by police birdshots in the village of Sadad on Friday. Bahrain troops used force to disperse demonstrators who took to the streets in a rally organized by the country’s main opposition blocs. Chanting anti-regime slogans, the protesters called for the release of female activists in the regime’s jails. The End Source: PressTV
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