Ten years on, no clues to Bhutto killers


THOUSANDS of mourners visit­ed the shrine of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto last Wednesday (27), as the coun­try marked 10 years since her as­sassination, with her killers yet to face justice.   An estimated 20,000 people gathered at the shrine in Garhi Khuda Baksh in the Bhutto family stronghold of Sindh province, tel­evision images showed.   They came to pay their re­spects to the charismatic politi­cian, who was the first woman to lead a Muslim country.   “I feel we have become orphans after her martyrdom,” mourner Allah Varayo, 45, said by tele­phone from the shrine.   Others waved flags in the black, red and green of…

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