Plot To Kill Pakistan President Musharraf Foiled
(N.T.A.R.C.) Pakistani intelligence agencies foiled a plot to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf by arresting members of al-Qaeda in Karachi, Online news agency reported, citing unidentified people.
Those arrested told interrogators they planned to kill Musharraf on his next trip to Karachi, by blowing up a bridge that leads from the airport into the city, the news agency reported.
They also said two more attacks had been planned in case Musharraf survived the first one, Online said. Law enforcement officials seized large amounts of ammunition from those arrested, it said.
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