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Pakistani police use batons to disperse anti-US protest before American presiden

Anti-U.S. protests erupted across Pakistan on Friday, with crowds burning American flags, chanting “Death to Bush” and scuffling with police just hours before the U.S. leader was to arrive for a two-day visit. Hundreds of police swung batons as they dispersed about 1,000 protesters on a major road in the city of Rawalpindi, about six kilometers (four miles) from where U.S. President George W. Bush’s plane was expected to land. Some demonstrators chanted “Killer go back” and “Death to America” during the protest that lasted about 30 minutes in the city near the capital, Islamabad. One protester had a bloody forehead, and police pushed at least five others into a van, the photographer said. Full Story

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