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LAHORE, PAKISTAN-JANUARY 17,2018= Supporters of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) carry their party flags they protest against Model Town tragedy and for justice an anti-government protest gathered rally in Lahore on January 17, 2018. The protesters sought the resignation of Pakistan's Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah as they hold them responsible for the killing of over a dozen PAT supporters during an alleged anti-encroachment operation by police outside Qadri,s residence on June 17, 2014. (Photo by Rana Sajid Hussain /Pacific Press Agency)LAHORE, PAKISTAN-JANUARY 17,2018= Supporters of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) carry their party flags they protest against Model Town tragedy and for justice an anti-government protest gathered rally in Lahore on January 17, 2018. The protesters sought the resignation of Pakistan's Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah as they hold them responsible for the killing of over a dozen PAT supporters during an alleged anti-encroachment operation by police outside Qadri,s residence on June 17, 2014. (Photo by Rana Sajid Hussain /Pacific Press Agency)

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Imran Khan leader of political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) addressing to Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters gathering during an protest against Model Town tragedy and for justice an anti-government protest gathered rally in Lahore on January 17, 2018. The protesters sought the resignation of Pakistan's Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah as they hold them responsible for the killing of over a dozen PAT supporters during an alleged anti-encroachment operation by police outside Qadri,s residenceImran Khan leader of political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) addressing to Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters gathering during an protest against Model Town tragedy and for justice an anti-government protest gathered rally in Lahore on January 17, 2018. The protesters sought the resignation of Pakistan's Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah as they hold them responsible for the killing of over a dozen PAT supporters during an alleged anti-encroachment operation by police outside Qadri,s residence

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Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.

Matthew Nimitz, the United Nations Secretary-General's Personal Envoy and long-time mediator in the dispute over the naming and recognition of Macedonia, is seen speaking with the press at UN Headquarters regarding recent developments in the dispute including the newly-minted Bulgarian-Macedonian friendship treaty.