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Pakistanis detain activists as Bush meets Musharraf
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By Tabassum Zakaria and Zeeshan Haider

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani police detained hundreds of opposition supporters on Saturday to try to ensure the final leg of U.S. President George W. Bush's South Asian tour ended smoothly, opposition party officials said.

Opposition parties, including anti-U.S. Islamists, had promised protests as Bush prepared to round off his tour by urging Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf to do more in the war on terrorism.

...Among opposition figures detained was Pakistan's former cricket captain-turned-politician Imran Khan, who had been planning to lead a march to Islamabad from a nearly city to protest against Bush's visit, Khan's party said.

More than 150 party activists were also held, said Faisal Pirzada, an official in Khan's party. Up to 350 supporters of an Islamist alliance had also been detained, alliance officials said.


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