Investigative panel alleges prime minister’s family cannot account for its vast wealth

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has removed prime minister Nawaz Sharif from office in a unanimous verdict over corruption allegations that will further upset the country’s unstable political landscape.

The verdict, by a five-member supreme court delivered caps year of political controversy, unleashed by the the Panama Papers leak, which documented the involvement of Sharif’s children in the purchase of high-end London property through offshore companies.

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