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Why is Pakistan's Imran Khan on the precipice? 5 things to know

Islamabad has been engulfed by yet another leadership crisis

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is fighting to save his government as a no-confidence vote looms.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing his biggest political challenge yet as he confronts a vote of no-confidence in parliament. What's happening, why is it happening and what's at stake in one of South Asia's most volatile countries?

Here are five things you need to know about the political turbulence.

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