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By Kay Johnson ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - As Pakistani cricket star-turned-politician Imran Khan prepared for a victory rally to celebrate the success of his campaign to remove Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office, he said his aim was to take the job himself next year. Khan wants to ride the momentum of his drive against Sharif to win the 2018 general election, more than 20 years after he entered politics. "We will contest the elections and I'm confident we will win the elections," Khan, 64, told Reuters late on Saturday.
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