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It has been the most violent election campaign in Pakistan's history a candidate for legislature was kidnapped while on the stump.
Scores have been killed in bombings largely attributed to a group -- world hoped it would seem neutralized by now the Taliban.
Analysts believe it feels emboldened by the fact that the US is leaving Afghanistan next year.
A major danger of Pakistan.
To the rest of the world.
Is that they -- lawless parts of it.
Extremists live and comes conduct weapons training.
Not only for themselves but fool Foreman is in -- right from local rule.
The major -- it.
-- -- candidates are former prime minister to wash your reef and former cricket star Imran Khan the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb.
The man who passed nuclear secrets to Iran and North Korea -- -- -- Isn't running himself but his form to party which is putting up people for parliament.
Let -- keep -- in -- love me.
It showed me putted ever today because the defense had to spend -- so I have decided at least who had those -- -- -- Whom I could he got feet on next.
And and good.
The front -- series.
It's already said he won't back it.
US in the war on terror the government is not going to do our bidding -- it did say and you're right after September 11 when.
President Musharraf was in charge -- is and as essentially a military dictator.
-- thought that.
Aligning with the United States would be his best interests we will never see that again in Pakistan for the foreseeable future general Pervez Musharraf is currently under house arrest for actions he took during emergency rule.
Analysts say whoever wins the election will likely be more interested in holding the country together and in building bridges with the United States.
But Washington will need Islamabad's assistance for the actual draw down of troops from Afghanistan.
By way of Pakistan.
In London Amy Kellogg.
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