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写真 | 2011年 03月 17日 12:11 JST

Crackdown in Bahrain

<p>A journalist is taken away by Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces, which moved into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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A journalist is taken away by Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces, which moved into Pearl Square to evacumore

A journalist is taken away by Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces, which moved into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Tents are seen engulfed with fire as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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Tents are seen engulfed with fire as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>A Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) soldier is seen in Pearl Square after securing the area from anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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A Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) soldier is seen in Pearl Square after securing the area from anti-governmemore

A Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) soldier is seen in Pearl Square after securing the area from anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Tents are seen engulfed with fire as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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Tents are seen engulfed with fire as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuamore

Tents are seen engulfed with fire as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces secure the area after evacuating anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces secure the area after evacuating anti-government protesters, in Manammore

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces secure the area after evacuating anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Army helicopters are seen screening the area as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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Army helicopters are seen screening the area as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Squarmore

Army helicopters are seen screening the area as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move into Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters, in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Smoke rises as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move in to Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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Smoke rises as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move in to Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government prmore

Smoke rises as Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move in to Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move in to Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters in Manama, March 16, 2011.

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Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move in to Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters in Manmore

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces move in to Pearl Square to evacuate anti-government protesters in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces prepare to move into Pearl Square to clear anti-government protesters blocking a road in Manama, March 16, 2011. 

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Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) forces prepare to move into Pearl Square to clear anti-government protesters blocking a road in Manama, March 16, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters form a human chain at the Salmaniya Hospital fearing an attack by riot police in Manama, March 15, 2011. 

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Anti-government protesters form a human chain at the Salmaniya Hospital fearing an attack by riot police inmore

Anti-government protesters form a human chain at the Salmaniya Hospital fearing an attack by riot police in Manama, March 15, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters block the roads from riot police at the junction of Bahrain Financial Harbour in Manama, March 14, 2011.

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Anti-government protesters block the roads from riot police at the junction of Bahrain Financial Harbour inmore

Anti-government protesters block the roads from riot police at the junction of Bahrain Financial Harbour in Manama, March 14, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters confront riot police assembled on a flyover near the Pearl Square in Manama, March 13, 2011. 

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Anti-government protesters confront riot police assembled on a flyover near the Pearl Square in Manama, Marmore

Anti-government protesters confront riot police assembled on a flyover near the Pearl Square in Manama, March 13, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters form the words "Game Over" with bricks as they block the roads from riot police at the junction of Bahrain Financial Harbour in Manama, March 14, 2011.

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Anti-government protesters form the words "Game Over" with bricks as they block the roads from riot police at the junction of Bahrain Financial Harbour in Manama, March 14, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters confront riot police on a flyover near the Pearl Square in Manama, March 13, 2011. 

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Anti-government protesters confront riot police on a flyover near the Pearl Square in Manama, March 13, 201more

Anti-government protesters confront riot police on a flyover near the Pearl Square in Manama, March 13, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Saudi Arabian troops cross the causeway leading to Bahrain, March 14, 2011. About 1,000 Saudi soldiers entered Bahrain to protect government facilities, a Saudi official source said, a day after mainly Shi'ite protesters overran police and blocked roads. REUTERS/Bahrain state TV via Reuters TV </p>

Saudi Arabian troops cross the causeway leading to Bahrain, March 14, 2011. About 1,000 Saudi soldiers entemore

Saudi Arabian troops cross the causeway leading to Bahrain, March 14, 2011. About 1,000 Saudi soldiers entered Bahrain to protect government facilities, a Saudi official source said, a day after mainly Shi'ite protesters overran police and blocked roads. REUTERS/Bahrain state TV via Reuters TV

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<p>Anti-government protesters run away from teargas and rubber bullets fired by riot police in Manama, March 13, 2011. 

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Anti-government protesters run away from teargas and rubber bullets fired by riot police in Manama, March 1more

Anti-government protesters run away from teargas and rubber bullets fired by riot police in Manama, March 13, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters shout slogans at riot policemen as they block a road in Manama, March 13, 2011. 

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Anti-government protesters shout slogans at riot policemen as they block a road in Manama, March 13, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Cars pass garbage containers thrown onto the road to prevent riot police from entering the street in the center of Manama, March 15, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed </p>

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Cars pass garbage containers thrown onto the road to prevent riot police from entering the street in the center of Manama, March 15, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>Anti-government protesters gather in front of riot policemen and security forces during a protest held in Riffa, south of Manama, March 11, 2011. 

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Anti-government protesters gather in front of riot policemen and security forces during a protest held in Rmore

Anti-government protesters gather in front of riot policemen and security forces during a protest held in Riffa, south of Manama, March 11, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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<p>An anti-government protester looks out from his tent at Pearl Square in Manama, March 10, 2011. 
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An anti-government protester looks out from his tent at Pearl Square in Manama, March 10, 2011. REUTERS/Hamore

An anti-government protester looks out from his tent at Pearl Square in Manama, March 10, 2011. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

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