Friday, August 21, 1998 Published at 12:30 GMT 13:30 UK
US missile 'landed in Pakistan'
Students in Islamabad demonstrate against the military attacks
Thursday's missile attacks by the US were targeted at what were said to be 'terrorist-related facilities' in Afghanistan and Sudan, linked to the exiled Saudi dissident, Osama Bin Laden.
Pakistan's security forces remain on high alert after calls for anti-American demonstrations by Islamic parties and right-wing political groups.
Demonstrations against the United States began in the wake of the American cruise missile attacks.
Reports say dozens of Islamist activists have already held protests in front of the American Information Centre in Islamabad.
Riot police and paramilitary forces in Islamabad are expecting further demonstrations following Friday afternoon prayers.
Five Pakistani nationals died in the bombing, which reports say killed 15 people.
But nearly two dozen of the country's Islamic parties and right-wing political groups, have made statements expressing outrage and condemnation.
Some have described the bombings as state terrorism, and others have said it is an attack on the entire Islamic world.
Embassy building stormed
The Sudanese authorities claim the missile fired at their territory hit a medicine factory.
The authorities had already called for an official mass demonstration to protest over Iranian involvement in the Afghan civil war.
The two - a French national and an Italian - came under fire from unidentified gunmen while travelling through Kabul in the morning.
Both are being treated by the International Red Cross and are reported to be in a stable condition.
As the situation becomes increasingly tense following the American air attacks, most foreigners in the city are now remaining indoors. Many have already been evacuated.
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