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Scene set for lengthy struggle
Scene set for lengthy struggle
The morning after President Pervez Musharraf took power nine years ago, Islamabad was its usual sleepy self. Only the soldiers on guard outside the...
Pakistan Parliament votes for new leader
Pakistan Parliament votes for new leader
Pakistan's Parliament prepared on Monday to elect a new prime minister as the coalition government appeared set for a confrontation with key United...
Pakistan opposition leaders sign coalition agreement
Pakistan opposition leaders sign coalition agreement
Pakistan's two major opposition leaders signed a formal declaration Sunday on forming a coalition government, and urged President Pervez Musharraf...
Musharraf rejects opposition calls to quit
Musharraf rejects opposition calls to quit
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf rejected demands to quit on Wednesday and called for a "harmonious coalition" as victorious opposition parties...
Pakistan's election winners ponder coalition
Pakistan's election winners ponder coalition
The party of assassinated former Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto began stitching together a coalition on Wednesday that could spell the end...
Votes cast in the shadow of violence
Votes cast in the shadow of violence
President Pervez Musharraf's leading lieutenants appeared to have lost their seats in early results in Monday's Pakistani election, dealing a blow...
Vote counting starts in crucial Pakistani election
Vote counting starts in crucial Pakistani election
Vote counting got under way on Monday after a lacklustre turnout in Pakistan's parliamentary elections, which passed off relatively peacefully...
Pakistanis trickle to delayed polls, security tight
Pakistanis trickle to delayed polls, security tight
Fears of violence kept many Pakistanis away from the polls on Monday with 80 000 troops backing up police to watch over a vote that could...
Polls open for Pakistani vote
Polls open for Pakistani vote
Fears of violence overshadowed Pakistan's general election on Monday with 80 000 troops backing up police to watch over a vote that could return...
Violence flares as poll nears in Pakistan
Violence flares as poll nears in Pakistan
Leaders of Pakistan's opposition parties have been making frantic last-minute efforts to convince fearful voters to turn out in crucial parliamentary elections on Monday that may plunge the 164 million-strong nation into chaos....
Bomb kills 37 on last day of Pakistan vote
Bomb kills 37 on last day of Pakistan vote
A suicide car bomb outside a Pakistani election candidate's office killed 37 people in the violent north-west on Saturday, the last day of...
Pakistani politicians wind up election campaign
Pakistani politicians wind up election campaign
Pakistani politicians were winding up campaigns on Saturday for a general election that is meant to complete a transition to civilian rule but has...

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