A Bahraini police stands next to the body of comrade after a bomb exploded during clashes between protesters and security forces on March 3, 2014 in the village of Daih, west of the capital Manama. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH
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Bahraini authorities have arrested 25 people on suspicion of involvement in a deadly bomb attack on police and listed an activist network and two little-known anti-government groups as terrorist organizations, authorities in the Gulf Arab nation said Tuesday.Bahrain's mainstream opposition groups have also condemned the attacks.In an extraordinary session, the Cabinet named three groups -- the February 14 coalition, al-Ashtar Brigades and Resistance Brigades -- along with any related groups as terrorist organizations, according to a report by the official state news agency. Little is known about the al-Ashtar Brigades and Resistance Brigades, though the former has claimed responsibility for violent attacks in Bahrain in the past.
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