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Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigns following Supreme Court ruling
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Pakistan is mired in political turmoil after the prime minister resigns.
People in Pakistan discuss Nawaz Sharif's resignation from the role of prime minister.
In 1979 militants occupied Saudi Arabia's Grand Mosque, and changed the country for ever (R)
Japanese television says the missile appeared to land in the sea off Japan
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Pulitzer prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout on what drives her and her literary career (R)
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South Korea and the Pentagon say North Korea has conducted a new ICBM test.
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