Unrest in Pakistan
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Nov. 2007: Unrest in Pakistan

Unrest in Pakistan
Supporters of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto shout slogans against President Pervez Musharraf in Lahore, Pakistan, today. (K.M. Chaudary / Associated Press)
Unrest in Pakistan
A supporter of Benazir Bhutto throws a tear gas cannister fired by police in Karachi, Pakistan. (Asif Hassan / AFP-Getty Images)
Unrest in Pakistan
Police in Pakistan outside the residence of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto in Lahore. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
Unrest in Pakistan
Supporters of Benazir Bhutto march in the streets of Hyderabad, Pakistan. (Nadeem Khawer / European Pressphoto Agency)
Unrest in Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers protest against President Pervez Musharraf at the district court in Rawalpindi. (Farooq Naeem / AFP-Getty Images)
Unrest in Pakistan
Pakistani lawyers burn copies of President Pervez Musharraf’s state of emergency decree. (Tariq Mahmood / AFP-Getty Images)
Unrest in Pakistan
Female riot police guard a barricade outside the residence of Benazir Bhutto as her supporters stage a demonstration. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
Unrest in Pakistan
Police arrest supporters of Benazir Bhutto in Lahore. (Arif Ali / AFP-Getty Images)
Unrest in Pakistan
Protesters yell from the back of a police truck after being arrested near the home of Benazir Bhutto. (John Moore / Getty Images)
Unrest in Pakistan
Police arrest a supporter of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto outside Bhutto’s residence in Lahore. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
A Pakistani policeman stands guard near the house in Lahore where former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto is staying. The opposition leader was placed under house arrest to prevent her from staging a protest march on Tuesday, but an official from her party said supporters would fight attempts to block the caravan. (Arif Ali AFP/Getty Images)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
Bhutto supporters lined a road in Lahore hoping to see her convoy. Escorted by police, Bhutto visited the home of a woman who lost her son in an Oct. 18 bombing in Karachi following the former prime minister’s return from exile. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
Pakistanis scramble to get a view of Bhutto as she makes the rounds in Lahore. (Wally Santana / Associated Press)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
As Bhutto arrives at the Press Club in Lahore, her supporters chant “go Musharraf go.” (Adam Ferguson / Bloomberg News)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
A Pakistani human rights activist takes part in a demonstration in Karachi. (Rizwan Tabassum AFP/Getty Images)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
A poster welcomes Bhutto to Lahore as supporters line the street hoping to see her as she ventured out escorted by police. (Wally Santana / Associated Press)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
Bhutto is surrounded by journalists during a visit to the Press Club in Lahore. “All processions, rallies, political gatherings at present are outlawed,” said Deputy Information Minister Tariq Azim to the Associated Press before the detention order was issued. (K.M. Chaudary / Associated Press)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
Bhutto prays at the tomb of Pakistan’s national poet Allama Mohammad Iqbal. (Aamir Qureshi AFP/Getty Images)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
“I know it is dangerous but what alternative is there when the country is in danger?” Bhutto said about the planned march from Lahore to the capital, Islamabad. (Warrick Page / Getty Images)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
Local police and security officials stand by as supporters cheer Bhutto during one of her stops. Police said they had increased security around Bhutto due to intelligence that a suicide bomber was planning to attack her in Lahore. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
Police arrest an activist of the All Parties Democratic Movement during a demonstration in Karachi. (Asif Hassan AFP/Getty Images)
Benazir Bhutto in Lehore
A security convoy trails Bhutto through a village on the outskirts of Lahore. (David Guttenfelder / Associated Press)
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