Adrian Levy

Special Correspondent, Guardian

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Special Correspondent for the Guardian newspaper and co-author of Deception: Pakistan, the United States and the Secret Trade in Nuclear Weapons

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Despite photographs of a gunman and doctors' reports of bullet wounds to the head and chest, the Pakistani government claims that  Benazir Bhutto  died when her head struck the sunroof…

What's Next for Pakistan?

Despite photographs of a gunman and doctors' reports of bullet wounds to the head and chest, the Pakistani government claims that Benazir Bhutto died when her head struck the sunroof…

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Benazir Bhutto's return to Pakistan yesterday was made possible by a deal with Pervez Musharraf, who offered her amnesty from charges of stealing millions of dollars during her two…

Violence Greets Bhutto's Return to Nuclear-Armed Pakistan

Benazir Bhutto's return to Pakistan yesterday was made possible by a deal with Pervez Musharraf, who offered her amnesty from charges of stealing millions of dollars during her two…

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