Imran Khan's supporters began gathering again early on Friday at the spot where his convoy came under a gun attack, which killed one man and wounded at least 10 others.
Thousands of Khan's supporters take to streets to protest what his aides and the country's president say was "a clear assassination attempt" by his rivals.
Khan was shot in the leg at a political rally in what his aides and the country's president called "a heinous assassination attempt", drawing widespread condemnations.
The collision resulted in a huge fire that engulfed both vehicles, killing at least 20 people on the spot and injuring six others.
“I am not anti-America at all. I want friendship with America. But I don't want slavery," says opposition leader Khan in his address to tens of thousands of supporters in eastern Lahore city.
On the trail of Javed Iqbal, one of the most prolific and less-studied mysopeds of our time. New film on his life and crimes renews interest in the man who committed suicide in jail in 2001.
India's cracking down on protesters with excessive use of force, arbitrary detention and punitive house demolitions is in complete violation of international human rights law and standards, human rights organisation Amnesty International says.
Khan has been demanding early elections and claiming his removal from office was the result of a US-organised plot.
Ousted PM warns he will bring his supporters to capital Islamabad as he hosts third massive public gathering since losing power to ratchet up pressure on new Shehbaz Sharif government.
Huge rallies held in cities across the South Asian country in favour of ex-premier and against "foreign interference", a day after Khan's removal in a parliamentary no-trust vote.
Malik has been sworn in at a ceremony in the capital Islamabad, where she now sits on the bench alongside 16 male colleagues at Pakistan's highest court.
A time-controlled device on a motorbike killed at least 3 people and left dozens others wounded in the country's second largest city.
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