Scotland Yard team arrives in Pakistan to investigate Bhutto murder

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January 4, 2008 09:19

British antiterror officers arrived Friday in Pakistan to join the investigation into Benazir Bhutto's assassination after the country's US-allied president dismissed allegations his government may have had a hand in the slaying. The officers from Scotland Yard arrived at Islamabad airport and were immediately mobbed by scores of reporters, to whom they said nothing. Earlier, a Pakistani government official said the team investigating the opposition leader's death would consist of five officers.


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