US President George W. Bush said that Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal was “secure” following two failed assassination attempts on President Pervez Musharraf in the last three weeks. Bush also said he emerged from a recent telephone conversation with Musharraf convinced that the “friend of the United States” and ally in the global war on terrorism had the situation under control. “Obviously terrorists are after him and he sounded very confident that his security forces would be able to deal with the threat,” Bush said. “He sounded confident and therefore I feel confident about his security situation.” Full Story
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