Police retrieve their motorcycles which were burned during clashes with protesters near the Faizabad junction in Islamabad, Pakistan November 26, 2017. REUTERS/Caren Firouz
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Pakistan Islamists rally on after deadly clashes with policePakistani Islamists pressed ahead with their rally near Islamabad in even larger numbers Sunday, a day after clashes with police left six dead and dozens wounded.Angry protesters gathered on the edge of Pakistan's capital torched a car, three motorcycles and a guard post erected near the rally site Sunday. The Islamists continued the rally, adamant that Hamid resign.Karachi, Pakistan's largest city, was completely shut down for the second day Sunday as hundreds of protesters blocked over a dozen important intersections.In Multan, some 5,000 Islamist supporters marched through the city, chanting slogans against the government.
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