A protester who was struck in the head by a tear gas canister fired by police in Bahrain last week has died, opposition officials say.
Mahmood Aljazeeri, 20, died in hospital on Friday, seven days after being injured, according to a statement released by the Al Wefaq society.
Mr Aljazeeri is the third person to be killed during anti-government protests in Bahrain in the past week.
Violence flared during demonstrations marking two years of protests.
Another member of Mr Aljazeeri's family was shot and killed by police, and a police officer died after being attacked, during unrest on 14 February, the anniversary of the occupation of Pearl Roundabout in the capital Manama by pro-democracy activists.
Mr Aljazeeri was wounded in his home village of Nabi Saleh.
His relative, Hussain Aljazeeri, 16, was killed after being struck in the abdomen with birdshot pellets fired at close range on the same day.
Police officer Mohammed Asif died after being hit by what was described as a projectile hurled at him by rioters.....