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July 24, 2018
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Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf plans to quit as army chief tobecome a civilian leader, removing a key objection to his proposedre-election in October. (The Age — 18 hours ago)
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Former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif returned home todayafter years in exile. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 16 September, 2007)
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Former Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto will return to Pakistan from self-imposed exile on 18 October, her party says. (BBC News — 15 September, 2007)
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Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto is expected to announce the date of her return to Pakistan. (BBC News — 14 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto will return to Pakistan from an eight-year exile on Oct. 18 to campaign for office, her party said Friday. The government said she was free to come back but would have to face corruption cases against her. (New York Times — 15 September, 2007)
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Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto will return to Pakistan from an eight-year exile on Oct. 18, her party said Friday. The government said she was free to come back but would have to face corruption cases against her. (MSNBC — 14 September, 2007)
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Former premier Benazir Bhutto can return to Pakistan from exile but will have to face corruption cases against her, the government said, as her party prepared to announce her arrival date Friday. (CNN — 14 September, 2007)
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Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who has been living in exile since 1999, says she plans to return to her country on October 18. (CNN — 15 September, 2007)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Sept. 14 — Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party announced Friday that she will end eight years of exile on Oct. 18 by flying home to the nation’s largest city, although it remains unclear whether she will come back as friend or foe of the president,… (Washington Post — 15 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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A top U.S. envoy paid tribute to President Gen. Pervez Musharraf’s government on Wednesday with comments that could take some heat off the military leader as he struggles to secure another term in office. (MSNBC — 13 September, 2007)
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RAWALPINDI, Pakistan, Sept. 10 — Pakistani authorities deported former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday just hours after he returned from seven years of exile to take on his nemesis, President Pervez Musharraf. (Washington Post — 17 September, 2007)
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Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte called for a peaceful democratic transition from military rule but did not criticize Monday’s deportation of an opposition leader. (New York Times — 13 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 — 15 September, 2007)
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