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Nawaz Sharif reaches Pakistan: Ex-PM's political fortunes may be salvaged only if higher court sets aside verdict

Firstpost Saturday, 14 July 2018
That Nawaz Sharif has chosen to return together with his daughter shows that the family has some certainty of being able to challenge the sentence of the National Accountability Bureau.
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News video: Nawaz Sharif sentenced for stopping crime not for doing any: PML (N)

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Lahore (Pakistan), Jul 13 (ANI): Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) leader Pervaiz Rashid said that former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been sentenced for stopping crime not for doing any. He added that now, every voter has become Nawaz Sharif. The former Pakistan Prime Minister and his...

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