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Thousands of protesters march to Bahrain capitalThousands of Shi’ite protesters marched into the capital of Bahrain on Tuesday after a man was killed in clashes between police and mourners at a funeral for a demonstrater shot dead at an earlier anti-government rally.Goodspeed Analysis: Unrest in Bahrain could threaten key U.S. military outpostCould the tiny Persian Gulf island state of Bahrain be the next U.S. diplomatic domino to fall in a rapidly changing Middle East? As riot police in Bahrain attacked hundreds of pro-democracy demonstrators with tear gas, rubber bullets and concussion grenades, U.S. strategic interests in the Gulf appeared poised to receive yet another battering from the revolutionary wave that is sweeping the Arab world.Check out our full visual archive and, if you like what we do, please recommend us in the news directory.

Thousands of protesters march to Bahrain capital
Thousands of Shi’ite protesters marched into the capital of Bahrain on Tuesday after a man was killed in clashes between police and mourners at a funeral for a demonstrater shot dead at an earlier anti-government rally.

Goodspeed Analysis: Unrest in Bahrain could threaten key U.S. military outpost
Could the tiny Persian Gulf island state of Bahrain be the next U.S. diplomatic domino to fall in a rapidly changing Middle East? As riot police in Bahrain attacked hundreds of pro-democracy demonstrators with tear gas, rubber bullets and concussion grenades, U.S. strategic interests in the Gulf appeared poised to receive yet another battering from the revolutionary wave that is sweeping the Arab world.

Check out our full visual archive and, if you like what we do, please recommend us in the news directory.

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