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Thursday, 6 April, 2000, 13:09 GMT 14:09 UK
In pictures: Pakistan hears Sharif verdict
The deposed Pakistani prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, is convicted of terrorism and hijacking, following a trial conducted under the rule of coup leader General Musharraf.

Convoy
Nawaz Sharif arrives at court in a guarded convoy

Kulsoom Nawaz
Kulsoom Nawaz, wife of the ousted prime minister, arrives in court

Prostest in Islamabad
In Islamabad, Sharif supporters beat their heads in protest at the verdict

Demonstrators with poster of Sharif
Others hold posters of the former leader

Man in police van
Police arrest a Sharif supporter

Raja Qureshi
Sharif's lawyer Raja Qureshi says the verdict was unfair

Prosecutor Zafar Ali Shah:
Prosecutor Zafar Ali Shah: State requested the death penalty

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