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Musharraf May Impose Emergency Rule

July 24, 2018
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KABUL, Aug. 8 — Pakistan’s president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, may decide to impose emergency rule because of deteriorating security conditions and the growing threat of violence by Islamic extremists, a senior government official in Islamabad said Wednesday. (Washington Post — 2 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Aug. 9 — President Pervez Musharraf backed off Thursday from imposing a national state of emergency after TV news reports of such a plan triggered condemnation across Pakistan and expressions of concern from the Bush administration. (Washington Post — 3 September, 2007)
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KABUL, Aug. 7 — Banners have been strung up showing two hands in a firm, brotherly grip. A giant air-conditioned meeting tent is being readied, hundreds of guest rooms are being prepared on a college campus, and welcome speeches are being written. (Washington Post — 7 hours ago)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Aug. 29 — Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has agreed to step down as army chief as part of a broad and once-unthinkable agreement being finalized with his chief political rival, Benazir Bhutto, officials on both sides said Wednesday. (Washington Post — 5 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, July 23 — Nearly 100 people, including four U.S. troops, died in clashes in Afghanistan and Pakistan on Monday, military spokesmen said, as security forces battled Taliban fighters in a war that has been gaining intensity on both sides of the border. (Washington Post — 4 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Sept. 4 — A pair of explosions during rush hour early Tuesday killed at least 24 people and injured scores more in the city of Rawalpindi, home to Pakistan’s military. (Washington Post — 4 September, 2007)
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Last September, when Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf visited the White House to tout a controversial plan for driving al-Qaeda from his country, President Bush responded at a joint news conference with a trademark profession of faith. When Musharraf “looks me in the eye” and says there “won’… (Washington Post — 4 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, July 26 — The Taliban said Wednesday that it had executed a South Korean hostage, one of 23 held by the group since last week, and threatened to kill more hostages if its demands were not met. (Washington Post — 6 September, 2007)
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