Anti-government protesters offered flowers to riot police officers blocking a road to the royal palace in Bahrain on Friday, March 11. The island kingdom's Sunni Muslim minority rules over a Shi'a Muslim majority that makes up as much as 70% of the population. Shi'a citizens are barred from public sector jobs, including the police force, which is largely staffed by Pakistani and Jordanian nationals. (image by James Lawler Duggan)
Anti-government protesters offered flowers to riot police officers blocking a road to the royal palace in Bahrain on Friday, March 11. The island kingdom's Sunni Muslim minority rules over a Shi'a Muslim majority that makes up as much as 70% of the population. Shi'a citizens are barred from public sector jobs, including the police force, which is largely staffed by Pakistani and Jordanian nationals.
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