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November 30, 2000

From Our Correspondent: Hirohito and the War
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Week of July 07, 1995

ARMOR INCREASE

The military hardware Pakistan is using to quell violence in Karachi is about to be ratcheted up. The government says it plans to buy armored personnel carriers. They'll be rumbling into a hornet's nest. In one four-day period last week, 89 people were killed; for the year, more than 800 have died in religious and political violence. Recently, executionstyle murders have increased.

Other news from Pakistan this week


Week of June 16, 1995

BROTHERLY ADVICE

As if Pakistani Premier Benazir Bhutto didn't have enough problems, her own brother is slamming her handling of turmoil in Karachi. But such criticism, and fresh violence in the city, where 600 people have been killed since the start of the year, seem only to have hardened Bhutto. She says the government will not talk with Urdu-speaking immigrants until the bloodshed ends.


Week of May 19, 1995

COTTON CRISIS

Three straight years of cotton-crop failures in Pakistan are being felt by the nation's huge textile industry. At nearly $7 billion, cotton and cotton products account for more than 60% of exports. This year, Pakistan is importing 7% of its raw cotton needs from Central Asian republics and the U.S. Heavy rains and pests have slashed annual cotton production almost 40%.


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