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000_1LW369.jpg1 viewsPakistani security personnel stand guard on the perimeter of the Red Zone, blocked with containers, ahead of the the arrival of the "Azadi (Freedom) March" led by Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1LW040.jpg0 viewsParamedics shift an injured victim to a hospital in Multan on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province. - At least 65 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with religious pilgrims in Pakistan on on October 31, authorities said. (Photo by MANSOOR ABBAS / AFP)
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000_1LW38N.jpg0 viewsPakistani security personnel stand guard on the perimeter of the Red Zone, blocked with containers, ahead of the the arrival of the "Azadi (Freedom) March" led by Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1LW36Z.jpg2 viewsVehicles drive along a road outside the Red Zone, blocked with containers, ahead of the the arrival of the "Azadi (Freedom) March" led by Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1LW34R.jpg1 viewsGeneral view of the Red Zone, blocked with containers, ahead of the the arrival of the "Azadi (Freedom) March" led by Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1LW34E.jpg1 viewsGeneral view of the Red Zone, blocked with containers, ahead of the the arrival of the "Azadi (Freedom) March" led by Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J8.jpg2 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J7.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J3.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J0.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IZ.jpg0 viewsAn injured victim is treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IV.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IQ.jpg0 viewsA men helps an injured victim to drink as he treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IM.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW04I.jpg0 viewsRescue workers bring an injured victim to a hospital in Multan on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province. - At least 71 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by MANSOOR ABBAS / AFP)
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000_1LW3UY.jpg3 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW3UU.jpg1 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) wave party flags atop a vehicle as they take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW3U4.jpg2 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) wave party flags atop a vehicle as they take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW3U1.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) wave party flags atop a vehicle as they take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW3U0.jpg1 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) wave party flags atop a vehicle as they take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW3TR.jpg1 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) wave party flags atop a vehicle as they take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW3S5.jpg1 viewsBorder Security Force personnel check documents of Sikh Pilgrims before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RX.jpg0 viewsSikh Pilgrims cross over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RQ.jpg3 viewsSikh Pilgrims wave before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RJ.jpg1 viewsBorder Security Force personnel check documents of Sikh Pilgrims before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RH.jpg0 viewsSikh Pilgrims cross over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RC.jpg2 viewsSikh Pilgrims wave before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3R8.jpg2 viewsSikh Pilgrims wave before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3QM.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Islamist Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) wave party flags atop a vehicle as they take part in an anti-government "Azadi (Freedom) March" towards Islamabad, from Peshawar on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by Abdul MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LW2U5.jpg1 viewsPunjab Police personnel (R) shower flowers petals as a Sikh priest (2L) carries the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) during the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession cross before crossing over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2KY.jpg0 viewsIn this handout photograph released by the Information Department and taken on October 31, 2019, Government officials watch as newly appointed Lieutenant Governor of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmi Girish Chandra Murmu takes oath of office from Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court Gita Mittal, at Raj Bhawan governor's house in Srinagar. - India's Muslim-majority region of Kashmir was formally divided on October 31, almost three months after losing its autonomy in a move that triggered violence and stoked tensions with arch-rival Pakistan. The move, announced in early August when India imposed a lockdown and sent in tens of thousands of extra troops, saw Jammu and Kashmir cease to be a state and split into two new administrative territories ruled directly from New Delhi. (Photo by Handout / Information Department / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Inforamtion Department" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LW2KP.jpg0 viewsIn this handout photograph released by the Information Department and taken on October 31, 2019, newly appointed Lieutenant Governor of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir Girish Chandra Murmu (2L) is received by the guard of honour at the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar. - India's Muslim-majority region of Kashmir was formally divided on October 31, almost three months after losing its autonomy in a move that triggered violence and stoked tensions with arch-rival Pakistan. The move, announced in early August when India imposed a lockdown and sent in tens of thousands of extra troops, saw Jammu and Kashmir cease to be a state and split into two new administrative territories ruled directly from New Delhi. (Photo by Handout / Information Department / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Inforamtion Department" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LW2KO.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photograph released by the Information Department and taken on October 31, 2019, newly appointed Lieutenant Governor of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir Girish Chandra Murmu (C) salutes at the Civil Secretariat in Srinagar. - India's Muslim-majority region of Kashmir was formally divided on October 31, almost three months after losing its autonomy in a move that triggered violence and stoked tensions with arch-rival Pakistan. The move, announced in early August when India imposed a lockdown and sent in tens of thousands of extra troops, saw Jammu and Kashmir cease to be a state and split into two new administrative territories ruled directly from New Delhi. (Photo by Handout / Information Department / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Inforamtion Department" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LW2KG.jpg0 viewsIn this handout photograph released by the Information Department and taken on October 31, 2019, newly appointed Lieutenant Governor of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmi Girish Chandra Murmu (L) takes oath of office from Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court Gita Mittal (R), at Raj Bhawan governor's house in Srinagar. - India's Muslim-majority region of Kashmir was formally divided on October 31, almost three months after losing its autonomy in a move that triggered violence and stoked tensions with arch-rival Pakistan. The move, announced in early August when India imposed a lockdown and sent in tens of thousands of extra troops, saw Jammu and Kashmir cease to be a state and split into two new administrative territories ruled directly from New Delhi. (Photo by Handout / Information Department / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Inforamtion Department" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LW2KF.jpg1 viewsA Sikh priest carries the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) during the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession before crossing over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JH.jpg1 viewsA Sikh priest carries the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) during the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession before crossing over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JD.jpg1 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JC.jpg1 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW1LD.jpg0 viewsCommuters cross a road blocked with police vehicles, during an anti-government "Azadi March" led by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)
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000_1LW1LB.jpg1 viewsCommuters and pedestrians are seen on a road blocked with containers, during an anti-government "Azadi March" led by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, in Islamabad on October 31, 2019. - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the first major challenge to his leadership this week as a grey-bearded, orange-turbaned rival he calls "Maulana Diesel" marches to Islamabad with thousands of Islamists hoping to bring down the government. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)
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