It doesn’t look like Bahrain’s government is heeding Hillary Clinton’s warnings. Exploding grenades were heard in Bahrain as government forces opened fire on marchers who were mourning the killed protesters. A helicopter then fired at a reporter filming the violence. In Libya, Muammar Qaddafi sent security forces to crack down on protesters, chasing them through the streets in armored cars and buzzing them with helicopters. Twenty-four have been reported killed, according to Human Rights Watch. Officials with loudspeakers also promised money to protesters if they would go home, and then, says a protester, cut off water and electricity. Qaddafi also tried a tactic similar to Hosni Mubarak’s, sending out mass text-messages warning against those “who dare to violate the four red lines." The four lines are Qaddafi himself, national security, oil, and Libyan territory. Meanwhile, protesters in Yemen had their second “Friday of Fury,” demanding the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. In addition to clashes between police and protesters, a rival group of 10,000 Saleh supporters confronted the demonstrators, and at one point a grenade was thrown into a crowd in Taiz.