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'A terrible relationship': Pakistan's PM on country's relations with US during Afghanistan war

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'A terrible relationship': Pakistan's PM on country's relations with US during Afghanistan war

'A terrible relationship': Pakistan's PM on country's relations with US during Afghanistan war

CNN’s Becky Anderson sits down with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan for an exclusive interview in the country’s capital Islamabad, where he speaks about his country’s relationship with the United States.


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