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Pakistan Faces Crucial Election

Eight weeks after Benazir Bhutto was slain, Pakistan held parliamentary elections on Monday, Feb. 18, 2008. The final results, expected days later, could shepherd a troubled nation into a new era of civilian rule and gird it against the Islamic extremists suspected of her killing.

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Pakistan Faces Crucial Election
Photos | Eight weeks after Benazir Bhutto was slain, Pakistan held parliamentary elections on Monday, Feb. 18, 2008. The final results, expected days later, could shepherd a troubled nation into a new era of civilian rule and gird it against the Islamic extremists suspected of her killing.
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Desiring a Fair Vote, Doubting It Will Be
Article | SIALKOT, Pakistan, Feb. 17 -- Many people in this gritty rural district of wheat fields and cinder-block factories believe one of the country's two main opposition parties deserves to win Monday's crucial voting for parliament. Yet they also believe the government will do everything it can to ste...
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As Sense of Crisis Deepens, Pakistanis Prepare to Vote
Article | ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, Feb. 16 -- Few people understand the hardships entailed in Pakistani politics better than Israr Shah.

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