Pakistanis protest detention of Zakzaky

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Pakistanis carry a banner condemning the detention in Nigeria of Ibrahim Zakzaky, a Shiite radical whose followers were reportedly killed in large numbers by Nigerian troops earlier this month, at a protest in Lahore on December 18, 2015
Pakistanis carry a banner condemning the detention in Nigeria of Ibrahim Zakzaky, a Shiite radical whose followers were reportedly killed in large numbers by Nigerian troops earlier this month, at a protest in Lahore on December 18, 2015
Pakistanis carry a banner condemning the detention in Nigeria of Ibrahim Zakzaky, a Shiite radical whose followers were reportedly killed in large numbers by Nigerian troops earlier this month, at a protest in Lahore on December 18, 2015

Pakistanis carry a banner condemning the detention in Nigeria of Ibrahim Zakzaky, a Shiite radical whose followers were reportedly killed in large numbers by Nigerian troops earlier this month, at a protest in Lahore on December 18, 2015

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