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    Posted: 27 December 2007 at 6:25am

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (CNN) -- Pakistan's former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday in the wake of a suicide bombing that killed at least 14 of her supporters, doctors, a spokesman for her party and other officials said.

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Bhutto is helped from her vehicle following the October 18 suicide attack on her motorcade.

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Bhutto suffered bullet wounds in the aftermath of the bomb attack, TV networks were reporting.

Police warned citizens to stay home as they expected rioting to break out in city streets as a shocked Pakistan absorbed the news of Bhutto's assassination.

Video of the scene just moments before the explosion showed Bhutto stepping into a heavily-guarded vehicle to leave the rally.

Bhutto was rushed to Rawalpindi General Hospital -- less than two miles from the bombing scene -- where doctors pronounced her dead. Video Watch aftermath of the attack. »

Former Pakistan government spokesman Tariq Azim Khan said while it appeared Bhutto was shot, it was unclear if the bullet wounds to her head and neck were caused by a shooting or if it was shrapnel from the bomb. Video Watch Benazir Bhutto obituary. »

The bomber detonated as he tried to enter the rally where thousands of people gathered to hear Bhutto speak, police said.

The number of wounded was not immediately known. However, video of the scene showed ambulances lined up to take many to hospitals.

The attack came just hours after four supporters of Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif died when members of another political party opened fire on them at a rally near the Islamabad airport Thursday, Pakistan police said.

Several other members of Sharif's party were wounded, police said.

Bhutto, who led Paksitan from 1988 to 1990 and was the first female prime minister of any Islamic nation, was participating in the parliamentary election set for January 8, hoping for a third term.Read about Bhutto's turbulent history.

A terror attack targeting her motorcade in Karachi killed 136 people on the day she returned to Pakistan after eight years of self-imposed exile. View timeline. »

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CNN's Mohsin Naqvi, who was at the scene of both bombings, said Thursday's blast was not as powerful as that October attack.

Thursday's attacks come less than two weeks after Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf lifted an emergency declaration he said was necessary to secure his country from terrorists.

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May they burn in Hell!  Enough said.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ak_m_f Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 December 2007 at 6:31am
her dad broke the Pakistan while she robbed it.

you know whats the punishment for taking people's money in Pakistan?

Death.
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You know what, bull.  She wasn't killed because of corruption.

Lets not pretend.  She was killed because she was a woman who dared to run for office in that part of the world in today's society.


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Originally posted by Angela Angela wrote:

She was killed because she was a woman who dared to run for office in that part of the world in today's society.


yes a corrupt woman.

Also she was US right hand. Good thing we got rid of her.
She promised to give AQ Khan to US.

No wonder west is crying for her, they lost their agent.
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You don't kill corrupt politicians, you imprison them and throw their misdeeds out in court. 

She deserved a fair trial if she was guilty of any corruption. 

And AQ Khan is guilty of corruption too, why isn't he dead? 
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Originally posted by ak_m_f ak_m_f wrote:

No wonder west is crying for her, they lost their agent.

 

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I don’t think she got killed because of corruption brother.

 

She seemed to have most of the support but regardless of that, was there any point in killing her and dragging Pakistan into chaos, not doing yourselves any favour either.

 

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