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TAKING NO CHANCES: Soldiers guarding a deserted street in Karachi on Monday during a strike against violence in the city. The Opposition virtually shut down major cities in Pakistan. About 40 people have been killed and 150 wounded in clashes between supporters of President Musharraf and the ousted Chief Justice, Iftikhar Chaudhary. Photo: Reuters (Report on Page 14)
TAKING NO CHANCES: Soldiers guarding a deserted street in Karachi on Monday during a strike against violence in the city. The Opposition virtually shut down major cities in Pakistan. About 40 people have been killed and 150 wounded in clashes between supporters of President Musharraf and the ousted Chief Justice, Iftikhar Chaudhary. Photo: Reuters (Report on Page 14)

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