Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Pakistan PM heads to the White House

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif visits Washington on Thursday. As Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Meets US President Barack Obama at the White House, the top issue on the table is the US extension of its military presence in neighbouring Afghanistan.

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