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Questions rise on US support for Musharraf

Democracy, fighting terror are key issues

By Farah Stockman and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / December 29, 2007

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WASHINGTON - A growing number of voices in Congress, influential think tanks, and inside the Bush administration are urging the White House to reconsider its open-ended support for embattled Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, saying his increasingly autocratic rule is impeding fair elections, and his usefulness in rooting out violent Islamic extremists has run its course. (Full article: 994 words)

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