British anti-terror team arrives in Pakistan to join Bhutto probe

British anti-terror investigators arrived in Pakistan to lend their forensic expertise to the investigation into the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Prime Minister Pervez Musharraf invited the Scotland Yard officers here in an effort to quell growing demands for a UN investigation and to dispel accusations that government forces may have had a hand in the December 27 shooting and bombing attack that killed Bhutto. Musharraf met Friday with senior security officials and the heads of the nation's provinces to assess the damage caused by four days of rioting sparked by her killing and to prevent future violence, according to Pakistan state radio. "Necessary steps have to be taken so that it does not ever occur again," he said.