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Pakistan's Musharraf Survives Fresh Attack, 14 Dead

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf narrowly survived a second attempt on his life in two weeks on Thursday when suicide car bombers attacked his motorcade, killing themselves and at least 12 others. Musharraf, who escaped a bombing on December 14 near the site of Thursday’s blast, appeared on television later and accused “terrorists” for the bomb attack. The president, who appeared well, told state-run Pakistan Television it was still unclear exactly who was responsible but added: “Certainly, they are terrorists, extremists.” The huge blasts scattered debris and body parts over a wide area. The windshield of Musharraf’s armored Mercedes was damaged and the state flag blown from its wing, officials said. Full Story

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