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Pakistan's Musharraf to Move House for Security Reasons

Security concerns have prompted Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf to make plans to move into his official presidential residence after having survived two assassination attempts last month, officials said on Friday. Musharraf, who also holds the post of army chief, now lives in his official military residence. He will move from the garrison city of Rawalpindi, where the Pakistani army has its headquarters and where the two attempts on his life took place, to the nearby capital Islamabad, a senior government official told Reuters. “He plans to shift to the President’s House in Islamabad next month or even before that,” said the official, who did not want to be named. Full Story

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