Pakistani police arrested over 60 people during a confrontation with supporters of former Prime Minister Imran Khan in Lahore on Saturday.
The police had come to remove blockades erected outside Khan's home by the Tehreek-e-Insaf party loyalists.
Shots were fired from the roof of the building, the police responded with a tear gas attack, and three police officers were injured.
The police broke open the main gate of Khan's residence and found masks, petrol bottles, iron rods and batons that were used in previous protests.
A one-paragraph summary from The Metro asserts that Mr. Khan was arrested for selling state gifts while in office and hiding assets, while The Telegraph describes that he faced accusations of corruption, though it seems less clear what the accusation actually is.
The Independent focuses primarily on police accusations of violent tactics used by Mr. Khan's supporters during the conflict, and The NY Post provides a short and straightforward account summarizing the event.
The most comprehensive and recent report is by The AP News, which offers a more detailed description of the barricades erected by the supporters around the residence and the postponement of Mr. Khan's appearance in court.