Hussein Niema, third left in foreground, cries as he tells relatives in Sadad, Bahrain, early Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, that police had just confirmed to him that his son, Ali, 17, was dead. An Interior Ministry statement early Saturday said a police patrol was attacked with petrol bombs and iron rods late Friday, and one person died when "policemen defended themselves." A witness among protesters said demonstrators were marching against the government when a policeman suddenly stepped out near the youth and shot him at close range. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)

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Hussein Niema, third left in foreground, cries as he tells relatives in Sadad, Bahrain, early Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, that police had just confirmed to him that his son, Ali, 17, was dead. An Interior Ministry statement early Saturday said a police patrol was attacked with petrol bombs and iron rods late Friday, and one person died when "policemen defended themselves." A witness among protesters said demonstrators were marching against the government when a policeman suddenly stepped out near the youth and shot him at close range. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
Hussein Niema, third left in foreground, cries as he tells relatives in Sadad, Bahrain, early Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, that police had just confirmed to him that his son, Ali, 17, was dead. An Interior Ministry statement early Saturday said a police patrol was attacked with petrol bombs and iron rods late Friday, and one person died when "policemen defended themselves." A witness among protesters said demonstrators were marching against the government when a policeman suddenly stepped out near the youth and shot him at close range. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
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