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  • Pakistani women assess Bhutto

    Squeezed into segregated public buses with scant seats reserved for women, schoolteacher Suneela Mohsin thinks of Benazir Bhutto. She thinks of the slain leader when she walks crowded streets, forbidden to talk to strange men in public or even make eye...
  • Bhutto's killing decried around the world

    World leaders expressed outrage Thursday over the assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto and concern about the stability of the nuclear-armed nation. Leaders of countries that share borders with Pakistan also shared worries about...
  • Supporters rejoice as Pakistan chief justice quietly resumes duties

    Supporters rejoice as Pakistan chief justice quietly resumes duties
    Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry, who became a symbol of resistance to military rule in Pakistan, quietly resumed his duties Sunday after an incendiary two-year political confrontation that brought down one government and threatened another. In a...
  • He gave Pakistan her voice

    Karachi, Pakistan Out of costume but not out of character, one of Pakistan's hottest TV stars was sipping his first tea of the day as the sun faded on a December afternoon, the shadow of his beard evidence of rising late after another night of...
  • 2 more arrested in Bhutto assassination

    Authorities arrested two more alleged militants Sunday in connection with the recent assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, an investigator said. The arrests took place in Pakistan's mountainous North-West Frontier Province, where a...
  • U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan get mixed response

    U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan get mixed response
    Reporting from Kundian, Pakistan, and Bagram, -- Their whir is unmistakable, a buzzing hum that prompts the tribespeople of Waziristan to refer to the fleet of armed U.S. drone aircraft hovering overhead as machay, or wasps. The Khan family never...
  • Musharraf takes oath as civilian president

    Musharraf takes oath as civilian president
    President Pervez Musharraf was inaugurated today as a civilian president, as aides signaled that a date for ending a nearly month-old emergency decree could be announced later in the day. Clad in a dark tunic and looking somber, Musharraf was sworn in by...
  • Taliban blamed for attack on Bhutto

    Taliban blamed for attack on Bhutto
    As slain opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was laid to rest Friday in her ancestral village, the government of President Pervez Musharraf blamed her assassination on a Taliban commander and said other politicians also were under threat. The government...
  • Pakistan's clear message to the West

    Politics is never dull in Pakistan. This week, it was inspirational too. On Monday, I watched people flock to the home of Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry. A tense standoff between the government and a coalition of opposition groups over Chaudhry's...
  • Pakistan after Musharraf

    Power has been draining away from Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf for more than a year. His party suffered a stunning electoral defeat in February that accelerated his isolation. Had he departed peacefully when his constitutional term expired in...
  • Pakistan's general problem

    IN RETURN FOR cooperation in the war on terror since 9/11, the United States has provided Pakistan's military ruler, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, with billions of dollars in aid and almost total support in his quest to remain president — until recently....