Pakistan’s Imran Khan will be imprisoned for 2 more weeks despite getting bail

ISLAMABAD (AP) — A defense lawyer says Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan will remain in prison for another two weeks despite being granted bail. A special court has extended his detention in a case involving the revealing of an official secret document on Wednesday, after a hearing at the high-security Attock prison in the Punjab province. The lawyer, Intazar Hussain Panjutha, said the next court hearing will be on Sept. 2. The latest development was a blow to Khan and his legal team, which expected his release after a court suspended the Aug. 5 corruption conviction and three-year prison term of the former premier and granted him bail.