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Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail

Former cricket captain Imran Khan goes on the campaign trail with his Movement for Justice Party ahead of Pakistan’s national election on May 11

Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan (C) gestures as he arrives to address supporters during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Supporters of cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan wave party flags as they listen to Khan's address during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan (C) addresses supporters during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan attends a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Supporters of cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan wave party flags as they listen to Khan's address during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11, 2013
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Pakistani policemen stand guard during a general election campaign meeting organised by cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Supporters of cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan wave party flags as they listen to Khan's address during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan (R) addresses supporters during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Supporters of cricket legend and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan wave party flags as they listen to Khan's address during a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11
Imran Khan heads out on campaign trail
Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) or Movement for Justice Party, Imran Khan is escorted by police commandos as he attends a general election campaign meeting in Murree. Violence has spiked in the nuclear-armed country ahead of national elections on May 11 with at least 56 people killed in attacks on politicians and political parties since April 11