This Euronews TV video says about itself:
Nov 2, 2012 by Euronews
A much-criticised ban on all demonstrations and public gatherings introduced in Bahrain this week appears to have fallen on deaf ears.
Pictures uploaded on social media are believed to show protesters clashing with police in the capital Manama on Thursday night.
Unrest has resumed despite a government crackdown following last year’s uprising among the majority Shi’ite population against the Sunni ruling family’s hold on power.
The latest trouble came on the day an activist was given six months jail for allegedly insulting the monarch on Twitter.
… Activists accuse security forces of using shotgun pellets against protesters.
The authorities say the protest ban is a temporary measure until security and stability are restored.
It has been denounced by Western governments, the UN Secretary General and Amnesty International.
Bahrain: Concerns for the life of Mr Hassan Mushaima have been expressed by many senior activists as well as human rights bodies. The 65-years old leader of Haq Movement, has been constantly denied access to proper medical treatment for his cancer remission: here.
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