Foto-foto Korban Brutalitas Tentara Bahrain, Saudi dan Negara Teluk di Bahrain

Foto-foto Korban Brutalitas Tentara Bahrain, Saudi dan Negara Teluk di Bahrain

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A man from the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital Manama is brought to the Salmaniya hospital late on March 15, 2011, after he was shot with pellets of buckshot, as the king imposed a state of emergency after bringing in foreign troops to help quell anti-regime protests.
Photograph by: JAMES LAWLER DUGGAN, AFP

A nurse sits by as an injured man from the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital Manama is brought to the Salmaniya hospital late on March 15, 2011, after he was shot with pellets of buckshot, as the king imposed a state of emergency after bringing in foreign troops to help quell anti-regime protests.
Photograph by: JAMES LAWLER DUGGAN, AFP

A man from the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital Manama is brought to the Salmaniya hospital late on March 15, 2011, after he was shot with pellets of buckshot, as the king imposed a state of emergency after bringing in foreign troops to help quell anti-regime protests.
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Ibrahim Ahmed Ali Abdullah, from the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital Manama is brought to the Salmaniya hospital late on March 15, 2011, after he was shot with pellets of buckshot, as the king imposed a state of emergency after bringing in foreign troops to help quell anti-regime protests.
Photograph by: JAMES LAWLER DUGGAN, AFP

A nurse seeks comfort from her colleague late on March 15, 2011, at the Salmaniya hospital in Manama as some 200 Bahrainis injured in attacks by security forces in the Shiite Muslim village of Sitra, south of the Bahraini capital, poured into hospitals.
Photograph by: JAMES LAWLER DUGGAN, AFP

Anti-government protesters marched towards the Saudi Arabian embassy in Manama, on March 15, 2011, as Bahrain’s king declared a three-month state of emergency as Iran strongly condemned a military intervention by Gulf troops to help put down Shiite-led unrest in the Sunni-ruled kingdom.
Photograph by: Stringer, AFP

SUMBER FOTO DIBAWAH

A protester over come by tear gas is ferried away as Bahraini police fire tear gas at protesters in Pearl Square, the epicentre of anti-government protests, the first time since demonstrators began an anti-regime sit-in there last month on March 13, 2011, in Manama. Almost a month into protests calling for deep political change in Bahrain, anti-government demonstrators and the Gulf kingdom’s rulers appear to be at an impasse, with neither side backing down. (AFP/Getty Images

 

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