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Investigation of Attacks on Musharraf Points to Pakistani Group

Building on clues from a cell phone data card, investigators probing last month’s assassination attempts against Gen. Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan’s president, say they are increasingly convinced that the bombings were partly orchestrated by militants associated with the radical Muslim group Jaish-i-Mohammed, a onetime ally of Pakistan’s security services with links to al Qaeda. Call records from the memory chip, which was found among the debris after two men detonated truck bombs near Musharraf’s armored limousine on Christmas, have helped lead to the detention of up to 40 people, including members of Jaish-i-Mohammed and a like-minded group, Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, according to Pakistani security officials. Full Story

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