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Protests turn violent at Pakistan mosque

Hundreds of religious students occupied Islamabad’s Red Mosque on Friday and clashed with security forces, demanding the return of a pro-Taliban cleric two weeks after a bloody army siege left more than 100 people dead. Hundreds of protesters threw stones at an armored personnel carrier and dozens of police in riot gear on a road outside the mosque. After protesters disregarded police calls to disperse peacefully, police fired tear gas, scattering the crowd on the road. Full Story

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