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17 Февраля 2011, 16:02

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Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator rests in a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrators are seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrators are seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrators is looked after at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator rests in a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator rests in a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrators are seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrators are seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator rests in a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS , A Bahraini protester carries his son holding a picture of King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa during a pro-government rally in Rifaa, south of Manama, on February 16, 2011 as the capital Manama witnessed a demonstration demanding regime change in the Gulf kingdom. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy with his face painted in the colours of his national flag flashes the victory sign as he takes part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters hold signs calling for freedom and change as they gather at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters light a balloon during a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini anti-government protesters take part in a demonstration calling for a regime change at Pearl Square in Manama on February 16, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted for a change of regime and a "real constitutional monarchy" in the Gulf kingdom as they buried a second protester killed in clashes with police. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is taken to a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator arrives at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator breathes with an aid at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Police officers remove protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters shouts slogans in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A motorcycle lies on its side next to protesters' tents in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Protesters' tents are seen in front of the Pearl Monument in Manama's Pearl Square on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator rests in a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrator is seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Wounded Shiite Bahraini demonstrators are seen at a hospital in Manama after beign assaulted by riot police on February 17, 2011. Two people were killed overnight as Bahrain's security forces moved in to clear protesters camped out in a central Manama square, relatives of the dead said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk (pictures), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini Shiites chant slogans as they attend the funeral of Fadel Salman Matrouk (picture), who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, attend his funeral in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini mainly Shiite protesters wave their national flag as they gather at Manama's Pearl Square on February 16, 2011 as the Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. AFP PHOTO/PHIL WEYMOUTH , An anti-regime protesters gestures as he and others gather inside the grounds of the Sanaa University in the Yemeni capital on February 16, 2011, on the fifth day of consecutive protests against the regime of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD HUWAIS
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN
Bahraini security forces stand guard near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the Manama square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini army tanks take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A general view shows Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011 after riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , Bahraini troops take position near Pearl Square in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through the square firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A picture of Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa hangs from a building in Manama on February 17, 2011. Riot police stormed through a square in the capital firing rubber bullets and tear gas in a harsh crackdown on anti-regime protesters that left four dead, witnesses and opposition said. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID , A Bahraini Shiite woman mourns as she attends the funeral of an anti-government protester who died a day earlier from his wounds following clashes with police, in the town of Jidhafs, near the capital Manama, on February 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , A Bahraini boy sits next to resting relatives at Bahrain's Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahrainis gathered at Pearl Square (roundabout) wait to receive a cup of tea to keep warm from the early morning chill in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the ruling government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters read a local broadsheet as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini protesters enjoy an early morning smoke as they sit in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Bahraini women protesters sit in front of graffiti in Pearl Square (roundabout) in the capital Manama, early on February 16, 2011, following yesterday's protests by thousands of mainly Shiite Muslims demanding change in the government. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN , Hundreds of Bahraini protesters shout slogans as the attend the funeral of Shiite Fadel Salman Matrouk, who was shot dead in front of a hospital a day earlier where mourners gathered for the funeral of another comrade, in Manama on February 16, 2011 as Shiite opposition called for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy in Bahrain. AFP PHOTO/ADAM JAN

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