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Nawaz Sharif reaches Pakistan: Ex-PM's political fortunes may be salvaged only if higher court sets aside verdict

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Saturday, 14 July 2018 ()

That Nawaz Sharif has chosen to return together with his daughter shows that the family has some certainty of being able to challenge the sentence of the National Accountability Bureau.
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