Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan "India Is a Fascist State, Inspired by the Nazis"

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, 68, speaks about his country's role in global politics, his admiration for the Chinese leadership and the similarities he shares with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Interview Conducted by Susanne Koelbl
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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan with DER SPIEGEL reporter Susanne Koelbl in Islamabad: "There is no way I will ever relent."


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Imran Khan (holding the flag) after Pakistan won the cricket World Cup in 1992: "I had to do a lot of out-of-the-box thinking."

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Imran Khan and Bushra Bibi (with the red veil) at their wedding in 2018: "My soulmate."

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