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Bloomberg: Anti-government protesters clashed with Pakistani security forces for a second day, briefly knocking the state television network off the air, as the renewed violence pushed down stocks and the rupee. Demonstrators today forced their way into the government...
The Daily Telegraph: Related Articles Rotherham: politics ‘imported from Pakistan’ fuelled sex abuse cover-up – MP 31 Aug 2014 Hundreds injured as police clash with protesters in Islamabad 30 Aug 2014 Police clash with protesters trying to storm Pakistan PM's...
China Daily: ISLAMABAD - At least 450 people were injured when clashes broke out between police and protesters after a 17-day long peaceful sit-in in Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad on Saturday night, local media reported Sunday. Local TV channel Abb Takk said that...
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Al Jazeera: For more than two weeks, two leading Pakistani opposition figures have mobilised their supporters behind a single goal - to topple the government of Prime MinisterNawaz Sharif. Imran...
The Siasat Daily: Islamabad, August 31: A day after anti-government protestors tried to storm the prime minister's house, the Pakistan government said its doors were still open for talks even as Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan vowed to file FIR against the...
Al Jazeera: Clashes between police and anti-government protesters have continued outside Pakistan’s parliament, resulting in the deaths of at least three people, and injuries to 494 more, witnesses and hospital officials have told Al Jazeera. Police continued to...
The Times of India: ISLAMABAD: Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan called on his supporters on Sunday to take to the streets across the country after at least three people were killed in clashes between protesters and police in the capital overnight. The violence erupted late...
The Siasat Daily: Karachi, August 31: Pakistani police has reportedly fired tear gas and rubber bullets at thousands of protesters who were attempting to march toward Prime MinisterNawaz Sharif’s house in Islamabad. A crowd of about 25,000 people led by Pakistan...
Austin American Statesman: Pakistani police on Sunday clashed with scattered pockets of anti-government protesters trying to advance on the prime minister's residence after a night of violence that saw hundreds wounded and the first death in more than two weeks of demonstrations. The...
Fox News: Published August 31, 2014FoxNews.com Facebook0 Twitter0 Aug 30, 2014: Pakistani protesters run after police fire tear gas during clashes near the prime minister's home in Islamabad, Pakistan. (AP) At least one person has died and hundreds of others have...
The Hindu: Central and west India, interior peninsula and the west coast will be the focus of a renewed vigorous phase of the monsoon during the next two weeks. Central and west Madhya Pradesh; Gujarat; Konkan-Goa-Mumbai; and MadhyaMaharashtra; coastal Karnataka may...
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