Bahrain Violence Brings Arrests
Clashes have broken out at the funeral of a teenager killed in demonstrations to mark the second anniversary of Bahrain's Shia-led uprising. The security forces blocked access to the funeral of Hussein al-Jaziri in the Shia-populated village of Daih near the capital, Manama, on Saturday. Security also fired tear gas and stun grenades to disperse dozens of people trying to push their way through. The unrest began on Friday when protesters blocked a highway linking a number of of predominantly Shia villages with Manama. Four people were arrested after an overnight attack on security forces that wounded four policemen.