Imran Khan

03/09/2019
Política Al Jazeera - Qatar Política Internacional

Pakistan won't initiate military conflict with India: Imran Khan

Pakistan's PM warns of the risk of nuclear war between neighbours amid tensions over disputed Kashmir region.
07/08/2019
Política India Today - India Relaciones Bilaterales

Article 370: Pakistan calls back high commissioner, expels Indian envoy, suspends bilateral trade

Pakistan has now announced that it will be downgrading diplomatic relations with India. It has also said it will be suspending bilateral trade.
06/08/2019
Política Al Jazeera - Qatar Política Internacional Asad Hashim

Pakistan parliament to convene over Kashmir crisis

Prime Minister Khan due to address session in the capital, as military leadership also meets to discuss Indian move.
14/05/2019
Economía Die Welt - Alemania Economía Internacional Haroon Janjua

Fresh IMF deal a 'political blow' to Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Pakistan has secured a multibillion-dollar bailout package from the IMF in a desperate attempt to get out of a crippling economic situation. But the road to strengthen the nation's finances is tough.
07/11/2018
Economía Times Of India - India Economía Internacional

Pakistan gets a boost of confidence but IMF bailout still on the cards

The Pakistani finance minister's bullish comments declaring the end of an economic crisis have bolstered confidence ahead of crunch talks with the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday, but the country is still likely to need a bailout.
24/10/2018
Economía Khaleej Times - Emiratos Árabes Unidos Economía Internacional

Pakistan to seek IMF bailout despite $6b Saudi rescue

Pakistan announced Saudi Arabia had agreed to give it $3 billion in foreign currency.
01/08/2018
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Eric Schmitt

Pakistan’s Likely New Leader Could Complicate Afghan Peace Talks

The rise of Imran Khan, a former cricket star who is Pakistan’s likely next leader, could complicate new talks between American diplomats and the Taliban about ending the war in Afghanistan, officials said, fraying an already strained relationship between the nuclear-armed Islamic nation and the Trump administration.
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