Ousted Pakistani Prime Minister Khan Shot, Injured

Category: Asia, Featured, Highlights, Videos, World Affairs Topics: Imran Khan, Pakistan Views: 613

Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan, was shot and injured Thursday in an apparent assassination attempt while leading an anti-government march.

Aisha Khalid narrates this report from VOA’s Urdu and Deewa services. Cameras: li Furqan, Salman Idrees, Muhammad Saqib, Khalil Ahmed, Malik Waqar Ahmad.



Shooting of former Pakistani PM Imran Khan sparks outrage (Al Jazeera)

Imran Khan: Shock and condemnation at attack on Pakistan ex-PM (BBC)

Imran Khan, former Pakistan leader and cricket star, shot in "clear assassination attempt" (CBS News)

Imran Khan 'assassination attempt' (Sky News)

See what happened in the moments after reported assassination attempt (CNN)

Saudi Arabia strongly condemns attempt to assassinate Imran Khan (Arab News)

Shooting of Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan (U.S. Secretary of State)


  Category: Asia, Featured, Highlights, Videos, World Affairs
  Topics: Imran Khan, Pakistan
Views: 613

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