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Pakistan's landmark elections

Pakistan's May 11 polls were marked by more than 150 killings. The attacks continue.
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Cricket hero Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf party won a revote in an upmarket constituency of Karachi on Sunday, unofficial results showed. Read Full Article
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Gunmen have killed a Pakistani politician from Imran Khan's party, in Karachi on the eve of a partial re-run of May 11 polls that were marked by 150 deaths. Read Full Article
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Pakistan's prime minister-elect Nawaz Sharif has won enough seats in the parliamentary election to avoid a coalition with other major parties. Read Full Article
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Targeted by the Taliban, women and minorities vastly under-represented, and videos of irregularities went viral online yet Pakistan's 2013 election may still have been its fairest. Read Full Article
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Pakistan's incoming prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday reached out to India and the United States, pledging to strengthen relations after his thumping victory. Read Full Article
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Pakistan's incoming prime minister Nawaz Sharif looks set to be a pragmatic ally of Washington, unlikely to end the war against Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Read Full Article
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Pakistan's former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan have been elected to parliament. Read Full Article
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Counting got underway in Pakistan's landmark elections after millions of people defied deadly Taliban attacks to cast their votes. Read Full Article
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Turnout in Pakistan's landmark elections on Saturday was around 30% by midday and is expected to rise to 60% before the polls close. Read Full Article
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Saima Ali says Pakistan women should ignore the Taliban threats and vote. Read Full Article

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