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"… pril, 2016. …"

"… Sharif's removal comes one year before he was due to end his third term as Pakistan's leader, and means his party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, will need …"

"… s due to end his third term as Pakistan's leader, and means his party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, will need to appoint an interim prime minister to ser …"

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"… alvador and Haiti in North America to Somalia in Africa to Afghanistan and Pakistan in Asia. Obama voluntarily identified his biggest campaign bundlers, maki …"

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"… t except Antarctica. Throngs threw cultured yogurt in Iceland and rocks in Pakistan. As a result, more than one-third of all nations — at least 79 so far …"

"… gal immigration, [and] cybercrime.” Two world leaders, in Argentina and Pakistan, remain ensnared in public scandals and ongoing probes related to the Pana …"

"… include in public financial disclosures when he was mayor of Buenos Aires. Pakistan’s Supreme Court is currently hearing a petition brought by the political …"

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"… ers, and are currently reviewing the finances of 415 Indians. In Pakistan, the Federal Board of Revenue announced that it has so far identified 20 i …"

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"… signed following revelations of an offshore company. …"

"… on. Thousands of Khan’s supporters reveled in the streets of Islamabad. Pakistani commentators and media gave differing accounts of the week’s events, wi …"

"… after days of clashes, arrests and roadblocks in the country’s capital. Pakistan’s government and opposition parties have been locked in dispute about th …"

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"… ed.” They said Washington needs to apply serious pressure on neighboring Pakistan, where key Taliban leaders and soldiers have long had a refuge – an idea …"

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"… recruitment of children and of use of religious schools in Afghanistan and Pakistan for child recruitment and military training by the Taliban and other armed …"

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"… mation automatically to tackle tax evasion, according to the OECD. - Pakistan’s government has been asked by the country’s Supreme Court to legislat …"

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"… new multi-national tax secrecy initiative. There’s even a suspicion that Pakistan’s prime minister Nawaz Sharif is vulnerable after he made a dash to Engl …"

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"… adopt the reporting standards, but then reversed course in February, 2016. …"

"… on hospital this week, setting off speculation that he might not return to Pakistan. The outcry against the prime minister was touched off by revelations in …"

"… d as a trip for a cardiac medical check-up. According to news reports, the Pakistan government denied reports that he was seeking support there from former pr …"

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"… expose offshore companies controlled by the prime ministers of Iceland and Pakistan, the king of Saudi Arabia, the president of Ukraine and the children of th …"

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"… expose offshore companies controlled by the prime ministers of Iceland and Pakistan, the king of Saudi Arabia and the children of the president of Azerbaijan. …"

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"… ly North Korea for specific criticism, but said progress is needed between Pakistan and India. He referred disparagingly to the fact that “global stocks of …"

"… owing” – a circumstance that experts say is occurring in Japan, India, Pakistan, and the United Kingdom. He also expressed worry that “nuclear arsenals …"

"… ould be at greater risk of theft” – an issue that relates primarily to Pakistan. The chilly relationship between Obama and Russian president Vladimir Put …"

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"… Russia, but large stocks also exist in the United Kingdom, France, India, Pakistan, China and Japan. Altogether, the stockpiles could be used in theory to c …"

"… en short of earlier projections. So where do we stand now? Japan, India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom are increasing their …"

"… ity Implementation,” three other key nations — Russia, China, and Pakistan — declined. (India declined then but more recently has indicated it may …"

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"… t noted. But the report also expressed concern that Japan — like India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom — is increasing it …"

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"… d as semi-processed uranium were stolen by a criminal gang, allegedly with Pakistani links, from a state mine in Meghalya, in northeastern India, in 1994. Fou …"

"… ia’s Jadugoda mining complex that he was allegedly attempting to sell to Pakistani sympathizers associated with the same gang. A police dossier seen by the …"

"… practices have repeatedly ranked lower in these assessments than those of Pakistan and Russia, two countries with shortcomings that have provoked better-know …"

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"… a move would be regarded uneasily by India’s close neighbors, China and Pakistan, which experts say might respond by ratcheting up their own nuclear firepo …"

"… ch experts say might respond by ratcheting up their own nuclear firepower. Pakistan in particular considers itself a fierce military rival, having been entang …"

"… as between 90 and 110 relatively low-yield nuclear weapons, as compared to Pakistan’s estimated stockpile of up to 120. And China, to India’s north, …"

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"… inadequate police force, and not the Taliban’s sanctuary in neighboring Pakistan, all longstanding U.S. concerns — currently remains “the existential, …"

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"… produced plutonium under contract for other countries. Separately, India, Pakistan and Israel produce plutonium for weapons, according to a 2013 report by th …"

"… Russia, but large stocks also exist in the United Kingdom, France, India, Pakistan, China and Japan. A five-pound bag of flour filled with bomb-grade uraniu …"

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"… p;including Argentina, Australia, China, France, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States and V …"

"… pan and the United Kingdom added to their civilian stocks, while India and Pakistan have increased both their civilian and military stocks. The NTI report fo …"

"… reased both their civilian and military stocks. The NTI report found that Pakistan improved its nuclear weapons-related security the most of any of the nucle …"

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"… rland’s leading authorities on tax collection.   Scandal-buffeted Pakistani politician Moonis Elahi, whose father Chaudhry Pervez Elahi&nbs …"

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"… onor of The Wall Street Journal reporter kidnapped and killed in Pakistan in 2002.The Wall Street Journal’s prize-winning probe examined the …"

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"… officials and their families and associates in Azerbaijan, Russia, Canada, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, Mongolia and other countries have embraced the …"

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"… via, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, …"

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"… e threat of terror. Libyan national Ibn al-Sheikh al-Libi, was arrested in Pakistan in 2001 and later flown to Egypt. While under torture there, he fabricated …"

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"… our other Afghan Border Police facilities in Nangarhar Province, bordering Pakistan, where many buildings were empty or used for something other than what the …"

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"… racy, marked by a “proven track record of instability.”Afghanistan and Pakistan face “youth bulges” comparable to many African nations. Many experts d …"

"… outh bulges” comparable to many African nations. Many experts doubt that Pakistan can “turn the corner” by opening new trade ties with India and establi …"

"… nravel altogether.India is in better shape – its economic advantage over Pakistan will grow from 8-to-1 to perhaps 16-to-1 -- but the country will be weaken …"

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"… ice a watchful eye along the nation’s militarily-significant border with Pakistan.Instead, they serve as a reminder that some of the $400 million the U.S. h …"

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"… . The 23-year-old research associate, a Pomona College graduate raised in Pakistan, has accidentally pulled the plunger out of a syringe while conducting an …"

"… ety. ‘A scientist’s scientist’ Sheri Sangji was raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and graduated from Pomona College in California in May 2008. A superior s …"

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"… stacles — most notably a lack of cooperation from nuclear states such as Pakistan, India and North Korea. …"

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