Shahan Mufti

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Heads of state around the world are reacting to today's assassination of former Prime Minister  Benazir Bhutto  in Pakistan.

Pakistani Opposition Leader Bhutto Assassinated

Heads of state around the world are reacting to today's assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan.

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Heads of state around the world are reacting to today's assassination of former Prime Minister  Benazir Bhutto  in Pakistan.

Pakistani Opposition Leader Bhutto Assassinated

Heads of state around the world are reacting to today's assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan.

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On Saturday, President Pervez Musharraf  imposed a state of emergency  on Pakistan, claiming that militant violence and an unruly judiciary had created a crisis.

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On Saturday, President Pervez Musharraf imposed a state of emergency on Pakistan, claiming that militant violence and an unruly judiciary had created a crisis.

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