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Pakistan’s PM Sharif under pressure to revive economy

It's been one month since Shehbaz Sharif replaced Imran Khan as Pakistan's prime minister. His biggest challenge is to revive the country's faltering economy. But the coalition government is reluctant to take what some say are unpopular decisions.⁩ #ShehbazSharif #Pakistan #Economy

Pakistan heads to the polls

Pakistan heads to the polls

Meet Shahbaz Sharif, the brother of Pakistan's deposed PM

Meet Shahbaz Sharif, the brother of Pakistan's deposed PM

Is Imran Khan using corruption charges to silence the opposition?

Is Imran Khan using corruption charges to silence the opposition?

Nawaz Sharif faces corruption charges which he blames on his political enemies

Nawaz Sharif faces corruption charges which he blames on his political enemies

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

Zelenskyy: Deadly missile strike was 'purposeful Russian terror'

Zelenskyy: Deadly missile strike was 'purposeful Russian terror'

Tunisia's President Saied accused of power grab, sidelining parliament

Tunisia's President Saied accused of power grab, sidelining parliament

Hong Kong marks 25th anniversary of Britain's handover of the territory to China

Hong Kong marks 25th anniversary of Britain's handover of the territory to China

At least 21 killed, dozens wounded in missile strikes on Odessa

At least 21 killed, dozens wounded in missile strikes on Odessa

Bulgaria expels 70 Russian diplomats over espionage claims

Bulgaria expels 70 Russian diplomats over espionage claims

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