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Pakistan opposition parties rally against PM Imran Khan

By AFP
14 December 2020   |   2:12 pm
Thousands of Pakistan opposition protesters on Sunday rallied against Prime Minister Imran Khan's government in Lahore. It was the latest in a series of rallies across the country organised by an alliance of opposition parties.

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