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Pakistan ex-PM Khan claims government plotted to kill him

By DW
11 November 2022   |   10:51 am
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan told DW he believes the Pakistani government hatched a plan to kill him, although he offered no evidence. He separately urged supporters to continue to protest for early elections.

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