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Pakistan's Supreme Court disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office Friday over undeclared assets, sending the nuclear-armed nation into turmoil after a period of relative stability.Sharif's ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party, which won a majority in parliament in 2013, is expected to name a new prime minister to hold office until elections due next year.Khan had pounced on the leaking of the Panama Papers, which revealed Sharif's family had bought posh London apartments through offshore companies.The court's decision follows a two-month probe by a Supreme Court-appointed panel that alleged the Sharif family could not account for its vast wealth.The Supreme Court's decision to include two members of the country's military intelligence agencies as part of the six-person JIT team had fuelled rumors Pakistan's powerful generals had a hidden hand in the probe against Sharif.
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