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Karachi protesters demand resignation of PM Imran Khan

France 24 Friday, 1 November 2019
Thousands of anti-government demonstrators were due in the Pakistani capital on Thursday to demand that the government step down, piling more pressure on Prime Minister Imran Khan as he strives to get the faltering economy on track.
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