Protest follows funeral of Bahraini teenager in Shiite village

Bahraini mourners attend the funeral of Ali Abdulghani, 17, whose family says died of injuries suffered in a police chase, in the Shiite village of Shahrakkan, south of Manama on April 5, 2016A protest broke out in Bahrain Tuesday after thousands of mourners attended the funeral in a Shiite village of a teenager whose family says died of injuries suffered in a police chase, witnesses said. Ali Abdulghani, 17, who died on Monday, was injured four days earlier as he was being chased by police, his family said in a statement released by Bahrain’s main Shiite opposition movement, Al-Wefaq. The unrest came on the eve of the arrival in Bahrain of US Secretary of State John Kerry to take part in a meeting with his Arab counterparts in the Gulf.

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