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ISLAMABAD (AP) — A Pakistani court on Thursday extended former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s protection from arrest until Sept. 12, his lawyer said, more than a week after police filed charges of terrorism against the country’s popular opposition leader.
The latest development is another reprieve for Khan. The court order effectively shields him from arrest on charges that he threatened police and a female judge during his speech at a rally last month.