Train Stations Burn in Pakistan Rioting People in Pakistan are burning train stations and ripping up railroad tracks in the wake of the assassination of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. Some train services are suspended. The former prime minister was laid to rest in a family mausoleum that holds the remains of her father.
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Train Stations Burn in Pakistan Rioting

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Train Stations Burn in Pakistan Rioting

Train Stations Burn in Pakistan Rioting

Train Stations Burn in Pakistan Rioting

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People in Pakistan set train stations on fire and rip up railroad tracks in the wake of the assassination of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. Some train services have been suspended. The former prime minister was laid to rest in a family mausoleum, a white-domed building that already holds the remains of her father. Protests were occurring across Pakistan.