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Muhammad cartoons: Islamist group says Islamabad agrees to boycott France

By DW
18 November 2020   |   10:59 am
An Islamist party has called off anti-France protests and claimed the Pakistani government agreed to sever diplomatic ties with Paris over Prophet Muhammad's cartoons. The government did not immediately confirm the move.

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