Pakistan Sad Return

Cheers and tension at a burial

For Benazir Bhutto, daughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the former Pakistani Prime Minister who was executed in 1979, it was a grim homecoming. The 32- year-old graduate of Harvard and Oxford universities returned to Pakistan last week after 19 months of self-imposed exile in Britain. With her she brought the body of her brother Shahnawaz to be buried at the family cemetery near Larkana (pop. 123,000) in Sind province. Shahnawaz, 27, the youngest of Bhutto's four children, was found dead in his French Riviera apartment on July 18. He had once helped organize a terrorist group dedicated to overthrowing the regime...

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