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Former Cricketer Imran Khan Sworn-In As Pakistan's Prime Minister

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Former Cricketer Imran Khan Sworn-In As Pakistan's Prime Minister

Former Cricketer Imran Khan Sworn-In As Pakistan's Prime Minister

According to Reuters, former cricket star Imran Khan was sworn-in as prime minister of Pakistan on Saturday, taking on the challenge of forming a coalition to govern as a currency crisis looms over the South Asian country.

Khan, a firebrand nationalist, won the general election last month promising to fight corruption and drastically reduce poverty among Pakistan’s 208 million mostly-Muslim people.

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