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The woman denied the pie-throwing was a premeditated act

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A British woman is being held in Norway on charges of making an "attack on democracy" after throwing a cream pie at the Norwegian Equality Minister.

A young British woman has been charged with an “attack on democracy” after throwing a cream pie at the Norwegian Equality Minister, but she maintains that the pie-throwing was not a premeditated act.

According to The Local, the 22-year-old British woman threw her pie—which was actually made of shaving cream put inside a pie crust to make it look like a traditional cream pie—at the Equality Minister during the Pride Parade in Oslo on June 25. The minister reportedly finished the parade in spite of the pie incident, but the woman was arrested in connection with the attack.

The woman denied that the pie-throwing was a premeditated act, and her lawyer said that she was simply there to visit friends. The fact that she was carrying around a pie crust full of shaving cream did not seem to support that statement, though.

An “attack on democracy” conviction in Norway carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison, but the woman’s lawyer said it was very unlikely that she would get such a harsh sentence. In a previous pie-throwing case, a man convicted of throwing a pie at the Norwegian Finance Minister was sentenced to 30 days in prison for the 2005 attack.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


Over dozen students arrested in Islamabad after protest against in-person exams

Over a dozen students were arrested and scores of motorcycles were impounded after police sought to disperse protesters at Islamabad's Faizabad Interchange against the federal government's decision to hold in-person exams of classes 10 and 12 from June 23, despite a surge in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Islamabad administration officials and the police said that the students from Rawalpindi and Islamabad in groups started gathering at Faizabad Bridge in the afternoon and their numbers increased to 700 as they blocked the Islamabad Expressway, Dawn reported.

The protesting students demanded the federal and provincial education ministers to reconsider their decision in light of the ongoing coronavirus situation. They chanted slogans against the government, the federal minister for education and other officers of the education department.

As the Covid-19 pandemic forced the educational institutes to remain closed, online classes were conducted only for a short period. Under such a situation, the students insisted that final exams should be taken online.

As the protest turned violent, protesters started damaging private vehicles and also beat and injured the drivers of these vehicles, claimed officials. In response, the police resorted to baton-charge to disperse the protesters, Dawn reported.

The students pelted stones at the police after which the police used tear gas to disperse them, taking over a dozen of protesters into custody.

Later, the arrested students along with the bikes were shifted to different police stations.

The officials said that during questioning those who were arrested failed to prove that they were students and enrolled in any educational institutes. They seemed to be miscreants and had joined the students' protest to disrupt law and order, they added.

Meanwhile, a gridlock was witnessed on the expressway and other roads due to the protest by the students at Faizabad creating hardship for motorists, Dawn reported.


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