Angry mourners and police clashed in Bahrain on Saturday during the funeral of a 16-year-old boy shot dead by security forces, dpa reports.
Angry protesters chanted anti-government slogans as police sealed-off roads leading to the funeral near Manama. Clashes began when mourners attempted to break through a checkpoint.
Several protesters were injured in the village of Daih, on the outskirt of the capital, where the teenager was shot dead Thursday by security forces chasing protesters.
The violence comes after the second anniversary of a pro-reform uprising led by the Shiite majority, whose members are demanding democratic reforms from the ruling Sunni monarchy.
Police confirmed the teenager's shooting and said officers involved were being investigated.
Security forces crushed the uprising one month after it erupted in February 2011 with help from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states.
Sporadic protests have continued. Bahrain, which is home to the US Navy's 5th Fleet, has drawn international criticism for its crackdown on protesters and activists.