Mideast Bahrain

  Bahraini anti-government protester Mohamed al-Jazeeri, 16, who said he lost his left eye during previous clashes, raises a sign reading, "Freedom to our symbols, prisoners of conscience," referring to jailed opposition leaders Thursday, June 7, 2012, in Sitra, Bahrain. The sign behind reads, "Save Ahmed Oun," in English and Arabic, and "Freedom for the injured, imprisoned Ahmed Oun." Human rights activists say Oun was jailed after being shot in the face with birdshot and allege he is at risk of losing an eye if he does not receive proper treatment in jail. Clashes erupted after the march to recognize protesters who have lost their vision after being shot in the eye with bird shot, rubber bullets or tear gas canisters during past clashes. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
Bahraini anti-government protester Mohamed al-Jazeeri, 16, who said he lost his left eye during previous clashes, raises a sign reading, "Freedom to our symbols, prisoners of conscience," referring to jailed opposition leaders Thursday, June 7, 2012, in Sitra, Bahrain. The sign behind reads, "Save Ahmed Oun," in English and Arabic, and "Freedom for the injured, imprisoned Ahmed Oun." Human rights activists say Oun was jailed after being shot in the face with birdshot and allege he is at risk of losing an eye if he does not receive proper treatment in jail. Clashes erupted after the march to recognize protesters who have lost their vision after being shot in the eye with bird shot, rubber bullets or tear gas canisters during past clashes. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)

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