Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan apologises in court over his remarks against a female judge during a rally last month that was seen as a threat to the judiciary and judges.
Former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is current on bail granted by the anti-terrorism court in the capital Islamabad.
Ousted former Prime Minister Imran Khan has secured a fourth pre-arrest bail in his case, which is based on terrorism charges.
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The International Monetary Fund approves the release of a long-stalled $1.17 billion tranche of its bailout package for Pakistan as the death toll from monsoon flooding reaches at least 1,136 people.
While international assistance is slowly trickling in, a lot more needs to be done to protect the country against the ravages of climate change.
Police filed charges against Khan over what they said was a threat when he spoke about police torture of an aide who faces sedition charges for inciting mutiny in the military.
Khan's party had moved Islamabad High Court for a pre-arrest bail after police had filed terrorism charges against him over accusations of threatening government officials in a public speech.
His speech was meant to terrorise top police officials and the judiciary such that they could not perform their functions and abstain from pursuing any action against any leader of his party, police record says.
Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority has accused Khan of hurling "baseless" allegations and threats against state institutions and government officials.
“I am not anti-America at all. I want friendship with America. But I don't want slavery," says opposition leader Khan in his address to tens of thousands of supporters in eastern Lahore city.
In a case that has dragged on for years, Imran Khan's PTI party was accused of receiving funds from abroad, which is illegal in Pakistan.
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