Protests roil Bahrain after report's release

Police clash with protesters in Bahrain, a day after an official report criticises security forces for excessive use.

    Police in Bahrain have clashed with hundreds of protesters near the capital Manama.   

    Dozens of people were arrested as they were leaving a funeral in the village of A'ali.  

    The clashes come just a day after an official report accused security forces of using excessive force against protesters.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Vall reports from A'ali.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    Trump's Middle East plan: Decoding a century of failed deals

    Trump's Middle East plan: Decoding a century of failed deals

    Al Jazeera read all 181 pages of 'the deal of the century', comparing its language with 100 years of failed agreements.

    We foreigners: What it means to be Bengali in India's Assam

    We foreigners: What it means to be Bengali in India's Assam

    As tensions over India's citizenship law shine a light on Assam, a writer explores the historical tensions in the state.

    Sentenced to death for blasphemy: Surviving Pakistan's death row

    Sentenced to death for blasphemy: Surviving Pakistan's death row

    The story of a man who spent 19 years awaiting execution reveals the power of a false blasphemy claim to destroy a life.