Supporters listen to a speech of Pakistani politician Imran Khan as part of an anti-government protest near the prime minister's residence in Islamabad September 4, 2014. (AFP Photo/Asif Hassan)
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Leaders of Pakistani protests demanding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's resignation pressed on with talks with the government Friday, reviving hopes for a political solution to a crisis that has destabilized the coup-prone nation.Anti-government protests turned deadly last weekend, with thousands trying to storm Sharif's house, in an outburst of violence which has prompted fears that the country's powerful army might intervene and even topple Sharif.Islamabad was full of speculation Friday that the opposition might drop their demand for his resignation and agree to end their anti-government campaign. But in public, protest leaders remained adamant on their key demand.
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