Turks in Pakistan
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Turks in Pakistan are expatriates from Turkey and their descendants, consisting of students, military personnel, academics and people married with Pakistani citizens. Turkish educators in Pakistan are involved with the PakTurk International Schools and Colleges, which has 25 branches in the country. As of 2016, there were over 100 Turkish educators teaching at these schools, and including their families gave a population of 400 Turks.
- Atif Bashir, German-born footballer with a Pakistani father and Turkish mother, playing for the Pakistan national football team
- Pakistan Orders 400 Turks to Leave Ahead of Erdogan's Visit
- Tavernise, Sabrina (4 May 2008). "Turkish schools offer a gentler vision of Islam". The New York Times. Retrieved 16 July 2016.
- Fate of PakTurk schools across country uncertain
- Staff of Pak-Turk schools told to leave Pakistan by 20th
- Tears and uncertainty as Turkish staff pack up to leave