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Pakistani PM Imran Khan fighting for his political life

By France24
05 April 2022   |   1:59 pm
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing arguably the biggest challenge of his political career, as the opposition seeks to remove him from office in a vote of no confidence.

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