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    The US Embassy in Islamabad has cancelled all consular appointments for Wednesday due to ongoing violent protests against the arrest of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. The Embassy said that traffic disruptions and restrictions from nationwide protests have made it unsafe to hold appointments. The US Embassy is also urging people to stay vigilant and avoid large crowds, while keeping an eye on their surroundings and checking local media for updates. The Canadian government also issued a travel advisory urging caution in Pakistan due to the unpredictable security situation.

    Protests erupted across Pakistan on Tuesday after Imran Khan was arrested during a court appearance in the capital. Supporters of Khan took their anger out on the military, storming the residence of the corps commander in Lahore and laying siege to a gate of the army’s general headquarters in Rawalpindi. Police used tear gas and water cannons to disperse Khan supporters in Karachi and Lahore, while protesters blocked roads in Islamabad, Peshawar, and other cities.

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    The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the United States wants to ensure that Pakistan’s actions are consistent with the rule of law and the constitution. Meanwhile, the US Embassy is monitoring reports of clashes between demonstrators and police in Islamabad, as well as sporadic demonstrations throughout Pakistan. The Embassy is urging people to take precautions and stay safe during this time.

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