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Clash between lawyers and doctors in Lahore

Pakistani police officers detain angry lawyers (C in white shirt) during a clash between lawyers and doctors in Lahore. Police officers scuffle with angry lawyers, At least six heart patients died on December 11 after a group of lawyers attacked doctors at a cardiac hospital in Pakistan's eastern city of Lahore, officials and ministers said. Hundreds of Pakistani lawyers, angered over alleged misbehavior of some doctors toward one of their colleagues last month, stormed a cardiology hospital in the eastern city of Lahore, setting off scuffles with the facility's staff and guards that left heart patients unattended for several hours.

Palestinians have turned out in the streets of Gaza City to commemorate the death of Yasser Arafat. The longstanding Palestinian leader and Fatah movement founder died in 2004, but his death has not been marked in Gaza for 10 years.Palestinians have turned out in the streets of Gaza City to commemorate the death of Yasser Arafat. The longstanding Palestinian leader and Fatah movement founder died in 2004, but his death has not been marked in Gaza for 10 years.
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"Ann" (mid-30s) Lawyer -- [The Police] arrest the best and bravest of us, the kids... The kids use themselves as human shields and the police heavy-handedly crush them. These kids are not radical. They are trying to save their future."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail."Ann" (mid-30s) Lawyer -- [The Police] arrest the best and bravest of us, the kids... The kids use themselves as human shields and the police heavy-handedly crush them. These kids are not radical. They are trying to save their future."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Ann" (mid-30s) Lawyer -- [The Police] arrest the best and bravest of us, the kids... The kids use themselves as human shields and the police heavy-handedly crush them. These kids are not radical. They are trying to save their future." On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"David" (60's) "I am here to say that there are people who work in these buildings that  care about other things than making money."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail."David" (60's) "I am here to say that there are people who work in these buildings that  care about other things than making money."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"David" (60's) "I am here to say that there are people who work in these buildings that care about other things than making money." On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Juliet" (40's, mother of 2) Banker -- I wear this mask today as a way to say I support the protests. But I go out on the streets every time."   On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail."Juliet" (40's, mother of 2) Banker -- I wear this mask today as a way to say I support the protests. But I go out on the streets every time."   On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Juliet" (40's, mother of 2) Banker -- I wear this mask today as a way to say I support the protests. But I go out on the streets every time." On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Sally" (30s) Banker -- "I go out to every protest I can. This is a fight for Hong Kong not to become China."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail."Sally" (30s) Banker -- "I go out to every protest I can. This is a fight for Hong Kong not to become China."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Sally" (30s) Banker -- "I go out to every protest I can. This is a fight for Hong Kong not to become China." On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Stanley" ( Age undisclosed) Accountant -- "I grew up in Hong Kong and I go out to every protest. This is our future."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail."Stanley" ( Age undisclosed) Accountant -- "I grew up in Hong Kong and I go out to every protest. This is our future."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Stanley" ( Age undisclosed) Accountant -- "I grew up in Hong Kong and I go out to every protest. This is our future." On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Sally" (30s) Banker -- "I go out to every protest I can. This is a fight for Hong Kong not to become China."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail."Sally" (30s) Banker -- "I go out to every protest I can. This is a fight for Hong Kong not to become China."  On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

"Sally" (30s) Banker -- "I go out to every protest I can. This is a fight for Hong Kong not to become China." On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

On December 10, 2019, hundreds of "white-collar" Hong Kong protesters, mostly bankers, accountants, and lawyers, spent their lunch break in Central's Statue Park, writing Christmas cards to the protesters who have been jailed since the protests began last June. Police have arrested over 6000 people between the ages of 11 and 84 and many face up to as much as 10 years in jail.

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