#AP | Bahraini anti-government protesters carry national flags and pictures of prisoners and those killed in unrest during a march in the northern village of Saar, Bahrain, on Friday, April 5, 2013. Demonstrators shouted "down with the government" during the march, called by several opposition groups demanding freedom for political prisoners and democracy in the Gulf island kingdom. Jailed political leader Ibrahim Sharif is seen in sign at top right, which reads, "Freedom for the prisoner of conscience Ibrahim Sharif." A poster with symbols of the pro-democracy movement at top left reads, "Blood is the title of our revolution." Center poster reads, "martyred, estranged, prisoner" above images of three men and, below, with their names, says: "Three brothers accused unjustly in Karzakan (village) farm case. They are one martyred, one jailed and one a stranger outside his country." (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)