epa03284617 Bahraini protesters take cover as police firing stun-grenades and tear-gas to disperses a rally demanding reforms in the village of Buri, south of the Bahraini capital Manama, 27 June 2012. Bahraini female right activist Zainab Al-Khawaja was injured on 27 June as police moved against protesters, just hours after a leading rights activist Nabeel Rajab was released from police custody after a three-weeks detention. At least three other youths were injured in the same protest. EPA/MAZEN MAHDI
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