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Bhutto Assassination Ignites Disarray

Pakistan Faces Outrage and New Turmoil

Protests and riots broke out across the country as Ms. Bhutto's body arrived in her family village. She will be buried after Friday prayers.

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Benazir Bhutto, 54, Weathered Political Storm

Ms. Bhutto was the first woman democratically elected to lead a modern Muslim country.

  • Op-Ed by Benazir Bhutto for The Times (Nov. 7)
  • Times Topics: Benazir Bhutto | Pakistan
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The grave of Benazir Bhutto will lie next to that of her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, in family's ancestral graveyard near Naudero, Pakistan.

News Analysis
Musharraf's Political Future Appears Troubled

Pakistan's president, Pervez Musharraf, could now face a prolonged political conflict with his opposition.

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Salvaging U.S. Diplomacy Amid Division

The assassination left in ruins the diplomatic effort the Bush administration had pursued in the last year.

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A Photographer's Account

A report of Ms. Bhutto's assassination from John Moore, including the last image he shot before she died.

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