The details surrounding the assassination of Benazir Bhutto are still murky. A former Bhutto aide said that officials charged with her government were “dismissive” about her security requests. NPR said she was aware of the risks, but wanted to campaign anyway.
The presidential candidates here are already offering up their perfunctory condolences; Slate’s John Dickerson says they’re campaigns are “trying to muscle in on the news cycle” about a week out from the caucuses.
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