Bahrain clashes continue ahead of F1 Grand Prix on Sunday

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There have been anti-government protests in Bahrain ahead of this weekend's F1 Grand Prix.

One group called for a 'Day of Rage' on Friday after violence last night in which police fired tear gas and stun grenades at protesters.

Organisers say the race is a force for good in the country and it should go ahead.

Dan Roan reports from Bahrain.

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