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PAKISTAN’s ruling party has assured the President, Pervez Musharraf, that he would be elected to a new five-year term in a vote likely to take place in the first week of October, party officials said. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Sept. 14 — Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto will end eight years of exile Oct. 18 by flying home to Karachi, the nation’s largest city, her party announced Friday, although it remains unclear whether she will come back as friend or foe of the president, Gen. Pervez Musha… (Washington Post — 15 September, 2007)
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Former prime minister will end exile on Oct. 18 by flying home to Karachi, her former political base. (Washington Post — 15 September, 2007)
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Benazir Bhutto, an exiled former prime minister, will return to Pakistan on Oct. 18, her party said today. (New York Times — 15 September, 2007)
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Pakistan’s ruling party assured President Gen. Pervez Musharraf he will be elected to a new five-year term, top officials said Saturday, and the vote will likely take place the first week of October. (CNN — 16 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Sept. 18 — Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s lawyer told the Pakistani Supreme Court on Tuesday that Musharraf would step down from his job as army chief if he is elected to another term as president this fall. But the pledge failed to appease Pakistani opposition leaders, who continued… (Washington Post — 19 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Aug. 30 — In an audacious display of force, Taliban fighters on Thursday ambushed a convoy of military vehicles in a remote tribal area and took more than 100 Pakistani troops hostage, local officials said. (Washington Post — 18 September, 2007)
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Legal wrangling over President Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s re-election bid intensified Monday after exiled former leader Benazir Bhutto accused the general’s allies of pushing Pakistan toward a dangerous crisis by refusing to restore democracy and share power. (CNN — 17 September, 2007)
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The Election Commission announced a rule change Monday that would apparently allow President Gen. Pervez Musharraf to seek a new, five-year term while still serving as army chief. (MSNBC — 18 September, 2007)
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Gen. Pervez Musharraf plans to run for another term but resign his military post if he is re-elected as president. (New York Times — 19 September, 2007)
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