A news photographer was among those injured when he was shot by anti-Charlie Hebdo protesters in Pakistan, police have said.
Asif Hassan, who works for news agency Agence France-Presse, was covering the demonstration near the French consulate in Karachi when the protest turned violent.
Senior police officer Abdul Khalique Shaikh told Reuters that the shots had come from protesters, and said officers had not opened fire.
AFP reports that the bullet hit Mr Hassan's lung and passed through his chest. He needed surgery but is now said to be in a stable condition.
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