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Pakistan's Musharraf Blames Extremists for Attack

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. Two cars packed with explosives were driven out of two petrol stations and into the president’s motorcade just 200 yards from a bridge on a main road in the city of Rawalpindi, where Musharraf escaped a bombing on December 14. Two huge blasts scattered debris and body parts over a wide area, damaging the windshield of Musharraf’s armored Mercedes and blowing the green and white state flag from its wing. Full Story

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