Clashes between pro-reform protesters and police in Manama, Bahrain
epa03101664 A pro-reform female protester covers her face as a riot policeman holding what appears to be a stun-grenade approaches her, during a stand-off with police in the old part of the Bahraini capital Manama, 11 February 2012. Bahraini authorities clashed with protesters and arrested two US solidarity activists, Huwaida Arraf and Radhika Sainath for taking part in a march attempting to reach Lulu Roundabout, the former site of pro-reform protests, and making internet postings about the unrest in Bahrain, sighting that the two had violated their visa status. Tension continues to rise in the small Gulf island ahead of the first anniversary for the pro-reform protests on 14 February 2012. EPA/MAZEN MAHDI
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