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Wednesday 2nd January 2008

Pakistan Special Reports

Mike Thomson is in Pakistan to take a look at the fallout following the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.

Mike Thomson is reporting from Karachi, Pakistan's biggest city and home province of Benazir Bhutto. He'll also be taking a closer look at a country some are now calling the most strategically important in the world, discovering who really runs Pakistan, (the military or the militants), what keeps the economy afloat and how ordinary families are surviving the current crisis.

See pictures taken by Mike in Pakistan in the last few days.

Listen to Mike's special reports from Pakistan.

Thursday 3rd January
The past six months in Pakistan have seen a dramatic rise in the number of suicide bomb attacks - hundreds of people have been killed. Is President Musharraf paying a heavy price for serving as an ally in America's war on terror?

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Tuesday 1st January 2008

Mike met three generations of the Khan family to get their reaction to the recent violence, changes in society over the years and what the future holds for Pakistan.

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Reporter Mike Thomson pictured with the Khan family featured in his report.

Monday 31st December 2007

We look at the fury and chaos on the streets following the assassination of Benizar Bhutto which left more than 20 people dead in Karachi, Pakistan's biggest city.

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