India-Pakistan `Stupidity' Must Stop to End Poverty, Khan Says

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Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan addresses his supporters during a campaign meeting on Oct. 4.

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India and Pakistan need leaders who can resist pressure from military generals and political factions to reach a peace deal that would help eliminate poverty in South Asia, according to top Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan.

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