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The former military dictator returned from exile in an unsuccessful bid to run for parliament.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf and his security team pushed past policemen and sped away from a court in the country's capital on Thursday to avoid arrest after his bail was revoked in a case in which he is accused of treason.
The agreement to reinstate the ousted Supreme Court chief justice could defuse a paralyzing crisis.
With a history of coups, Pakistanis are keeping a close eye on the generals.
Diplomat sends message of reassurance to Washington about Pakistan's commitment to counterterrorism.
The president of Pakistan resigns, and the Georgia crisis continues, as does the Iraq war.
Pressure builds for Pervez Musharraf to resign and leave the country.
But the struggling leader might still withstand efforts to oust him.
Calling in Scotland Yard won't stop the conspiracy theories over her death.