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Pakistani authorities cut internet access across the country on Thursday on security grounds as the nation’s voters went to cast their paper ballots. Polls have now closed during the controversial election, which comes two years after former prime minister Imran Khan was ousted by a no-confidence vote in the country’s National Assembly. Pakistan does not

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