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Five bombs used in bid on Musharraf's life

Pakistani investigators are questioning President Pervez Musharraf’s security officers over a bid to assassinate him by blowing up a bridge used by his motorcade at the weekend, ministers said. “People responsible for providing security to the president are being questioned,” Interior Minister Faisal Saleh Hayat told AFP Tuesday. “The main focus of the investigations is how the explosives were placed under the bridge and whether there were any security lapses.” Five bombs were planted under the bridge and detonated almost simultaneously, Information Minister Sheikh Rashid said. It was the second attempt on General Musharraf’s life in less than two years. Full Story

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