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Tuesday, 12 November, 2002, 15:43 GMT
In pictures: Kabul university riot
Kabul university students clashed with police for a second day on Tuesday following the deaths of at least two student protesters.

Police fired into the air and used water cannons to drive back hundreds of angry students.

Students protesting
The protest began with hundreds of students demonstrating over dormitory living conditions

Police armed with RPG7 rocket launcher
Heavily armed police tried to disperse the protesters

Students fleeing police officer
Students hurled stones at the officers before running away

Police leading away two students
Some students were arrested

Police beating a protester
Police beat protesters as the conflict continued through Monday night and into Tuesday morning

Injured student
Some of the injured were carried away by police

Students trying to break through police blockade
Protesters said police killed four students and demanded those officers be brought to justice

Police entering a Kabul University building
Heavily armed officers searched Kabul University on the second day of the clashes


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