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PAKISTAN’S SUPREME COURT EXONERATES PRIME MINISTER NAWAZ SHARIF OF CORRUPTION CHARGES

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ruled there is insufficient evidence of corruption to remove NAWAZ SHARIF from the role of prime minister.

It instead ordered a further investigation into money transfers.

Questions arose over the business dealings of Mr SHARIF’s family when three of his children were linked to offshore accounts in the Panama Papers leaks in 2015.

Mr SHARIF and his family have denied any wrongdoing.

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