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Pakistan protests block roads but fail to oust prime minister

Reuters Thursday, 14 November 2019
Thousands of anti-government protesters blocked highways across Pakistan on Thursday in a bid to oust prime minister Imran Khan, though the disruption fell short of what organizers had planned.
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