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Pakistanis Protest Anti-Islam Film In Islamabad

Authorities in Pakistan say at least 16 people have died in protests there over a film made in the United States and cartoons published in a French magazine deemed insulting to the Prophet Muhammad.

A demonstrator throws a tear-gas shell toward riot police during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Islamabad on September 21.
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A demonstrator throws a tear-gas shell toward riot police during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Islamabad on September 21.

Protesters gather at an anti-America rally to mark the "Day of Love of the Prophet Muhammad" in Islamabad.
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Protesters gather at an anti-America rally to mark the "Day of Love of the Prophet Muhammad" in Islamabad.

Pakistani rangers cordon of a road linked to the entrance point of the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad.
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Pakistani rangers cordon of a road linked to the entrance point of the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad.

Pakistani Muslim demonstrators attack an empty police post as they attempt to reach the U.S. Embassy during the protest in Islamabad on September 21. A Pakistani policeman was shot dead.
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Pakistani Muslim demonstrators attack an empty police post as they attempt to reach the U.S. Embassy during the protest in Islamabad on September 21. A Pakistani policeman was shot dead.

A Pakistani policeman fires an automatic weapon at demonstrators.
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A Pakistani policeman fires an automatic weapon at demonstrators.

Pakistani demonstrators throw stones at riot police.
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Pakistani demonstrators throw stones at riot police.

Protesters burn the U.S. flag.
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Protesters burn the U.S. flag.

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