Pakistan indicated Saturday it would delay January elections because of turmoil caused by the death of Benazir Bhutto, as a bitter dispute erupted over how the opposition leader was killed.
Violent protests and looting which have left at least 38 people dead and 53 injured have rocked the nation of 160 million Muslims since Bhutto was killed at a campaign rally in the northern city of Rawalpindi on Thursday.
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