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Pakistan’s incoming prime minister wants good relations with U.S.

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RAIWIND, Pakistan — Pakistan’s presumptive new prime minister said Monday that Islamabad has “good relations” with the United States, but called the CIA’s drone campaign in the country’s tribal region a challenge to national sovereignty. Nawaz Sharif spoke to reporters from his family’s estate outside the eastern city of Lahore two days after his Pakistan Muslim League-N party won a resounding victory in national elections. His comments were the first indication since the vote about ...


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