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Musharraf supports negotiations with Taliban
Dawn - 8:30pm Sunday 10th of October 2010
WASHINGTON: Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf Sunday rejected the idea that his country's intelligence was supporting the Taliban, but stressed the need for a negotiated end to conflic ...
Pakistan’s Musharraf Favors Taliban Deals to Counter Militants
BusinessWeek.com - 5:00pm Sunday 10th of October 2010
Pervez Musharraf, the former army general who was Pakistan’s military ruler for nine years, told ABC News that he favors agreements with moderate Taliban in the fight against Islamic militants allie ...
Protests mar Musharraf’s Manchester convention
Dawn - 7:00am Sunday 10th of October 2010
KARACHI: Hundreds of protestors chanted slogans against former president Pervez Musharraf in Manchester and marred the political convention of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML). The chanting acti ...
Musharraf creating scenario for his return
Gulfnews - 9:30pm Friday 8th of October 2010
Former military ruler Pervez Musharraf said he is busy creating the right environment for his planned return to Pakistan. ...
Taking part in politics is Musharraf’s right: Zardari
Dawn - 1:30am Friday 8th of October 2010
KARACHI: President Asif Ali Zardari has said that former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has a right to take part in politics, but he will have to follow the course “we have taken in our political s ...
‘No deal struck between Benazir, Musharraf’
Dawn - 10:00am Wednesday 6th of October 2010
KARACHI: Speaking to DawnNews, Pakistan People's Party's Secretary-General Jehangir Badar on Wednesday said no deal was struck between former premier Benazir Bhutto and former president Pervez Musharr ...
Pakistan's Musharraf outlines plans
London Evening Standard - 8:30pm Saturday 2nd of October 2010
Exiled Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has told a rally in Britain of his plans to return to the country at the head of a new party in a bid to regain power. ...
Pakistan's Musharraf outlines plans
Mirror - 8:30pm Saturday 2nd of October 2010
Exiled Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has told a rally in Britain of his plans to return to the country at the head of a new party in a bid to regain power. ...
Exiled Pakistani leader attends UK rally
ITN - 8:05pm Saturday 2nd of October 2010
Exiled Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has told a rally in Britain of his plans to regain power. ...
Pakistan's Musharraf outlines plans
Surrey Herald - 8:05pm Saturday 2nd of October 2010
Exiled Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has told a rally in Britain of his plans to return to the country at the head of a new party in a bid to regain power. ...
Pakistan's Musharraf outlines plans
Express - 7:56pm Saturday 2nd of October 2010
Exiled Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has told a rally in Britain of his plans to return to the country at the head of a new party in a bid to regain power. ...
Pakistan's Musharraf outlines plans
Belfast Telegraph - 7:52pm Saturday 2nd of October 2010
Exiled Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has told a rally in Britain of his plans to return to the country at the head of a new party in a bid to regain power. ...
Uploaded on Oct 1 2010  Pakistan's former president Pervez Musharraf gives a news conference at the launch of his party, the All Pakistan Muslim League, in London October 1, 2010. Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf said on Friday he will return to lead a new political party to tackle corruption, revive the sluggish economy and step up the fight against Islamist militants. Musharraf, who quit office in 2008 to avoid impeachment charges, said he feared the nuclear-armed country could break up without a change of political leadership. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS)

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