Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said Wednesday that he had requested a team of investigators from Britain's Scotland Yard to assist in the investigation into the killing of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto.
"We decided to request a team from Scotland Yard to come. I sent the request to (British) Prime Minister (Gordon) Brown, and he accepted the request," Musharraf said, adding that the British team would assist local investigators.
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Read about the assassination here.
Watch CNN's Wolf Blitzer discuss an exclusive e-mail he received from Bhutto's spokesman here
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Watch an earlier CNN video of Bhutto discussing the threats to her life here
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Read about al-Qaida and the Taliban's alleged involvement in the attack.
See an X-ray of Bhutto's skull here