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# imran-khan - Sunday 11 August, 2019

Pakistan prime minister says international inaction over Kashmir is the same as appeasing Hitler

New Delhi last week rescinded years of autonomy enjoyed by the Indian-ruled part of Kashmir.

# imran-khan - Sunday 31 August, 2014

Two die and 400 injured in bloody Pakistan clashes

The clashes between police and protesters took place outside the prime minister’s residence.

# imran-khan - Sunday 12 May, 2013

14 years after being overthrown, Sharif claims victory in Pakistan elections

Nawaz Sharif’s party is set to dominate Pakistan’s assembly but it will have no overall majority following a campaign dominated by the economy and US policy in the region.

# imran-khan - Saturday 11 May, 2013

11 dead in Karachi bomb blast as voting takes place in Pakistan

More than 86 million people are eligible to vote as the elections marks the first transition from one civilian government to another in the country’s 66 year history.

# imran-khan - Wednesday 8 May, 2013

Video: Imran Khan falls on campaign trail in Pakistan Pakistan This post contains videos

Video: Imran Khan falls on campaign trail in Pakistan

The former cricketer took a tumble from platform in the city of Lahore just days before the election.

# imran-khan - Friday 30 March, 2012

Column: Institutional racism? It’s regular – just look around you

People associate racism with name-calling or physical assaults. But in Ireland it can be as subtle as a letter, writes Salome Mbugua.

# imran-khan - Wednesday 21 March, 2012

Government criticised for ‘shocking lack of progress’ on tackling racism

State institutions were accused of promoting racism at an event in Dublin yesterday.