A Molotov cocktail which was thrown by protesters explodes on a riot police armored personnel carrier at a highway in the village of Sitra, south of Manama, January 9, 2015. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
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Bahrain summoned Sunday Lebanon's charge d'affaires over "hostile statements" made by Hezbollah chief Hasan Nasrallah in a speech two days earlier, Bahrain's state-run news agency said.Abdullah said Nasrallah's criticism of the recent arrest of Bahrain's opposition leader hinders relations between the two countries and constitutes an interference in the internal affairs of Bahrain and the Gulf Cooperation Council.In a televised speech Friday, Nasrallah denounced Bahrain's Dec. 28 arrest of Sheikh Ali Salman, head of the al-Wefaq Islamic Society, the country's main political opposition group. Bahrain has been in turmoil since 2011 when authorities crushed a pro-democracy movement.
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