Former Pakistani PM at Dubai airport, legal adviser says

November 3, 2007 18:41


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Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto had gone to the Dubai International Airport Saturday after Pakistan's president declared a state of emergency, her legal adviser, Farooq Naek, said. Naek, who spoke by phone from Karachi, said he did not know where the former Pakistani prime minister was headed. After twice changing her mind because she was afraid the Islamabad government would impose a state of emergency, Bhutto arrived in Dubai on Thursday to visit family in the Emirates. Bhutto's trip to Dubai came just two weeks after she returned to Pakistan from an eight-year exile. Her travel plans became a source of confusion since her Oct. 18 homecoming was shattered by a bombing that killed 145 people.

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