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Bhutto released from house arrest

Friday, November 16, 2007 - 7A

LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) -
Police lifted the house arrest of
opposition leader Benazir Bhutto,
officials said today, hours before
the arrival of a senior U.S. envoy
who was expected to urge the
country's military leader to end
emergency rule.
The move came after Bhutto
- while still confined to a Lahore
residence - urged fellow opposi-
tion leaders to join her in forming an
alliance to govern until elections.
Despite Bhutto's call, President
Gen. Pervez Musharraf has given
no sign he will hand over power.
He has named his own interim
prime minister and was expected
to announce Friday a caretaker

Cabinet to oversee parliamentary
elections promised by Jan. 9.
"The government has with-
drawn the detention order," Zahid
Abbas, a senior police official, told
an Associated Press reporter near
the barricaded house where Bhutto
has been confined for three days.
"The house is no longer a sub-
jail but security will remain for
her own protection. She's free to
move and anyone will be able to go
to the house," Abbas said.
Political unrest deepened yes-
terday as one of the country's main
Islamist parties called its first pro-
tests for Friday against the state
of emergency, adding the voice of
factions opposed to Musharraf's

alliance with the U.S. to the recent
protests by lawyers, students and
secular parties against militaryrule.
Also yesterday, two children
and an adult were killed during
a gunbattle between police and
protesters in the southern city of
Karachi - the first deaths during
demonstrations since Musharraf
suspended the constitution Nov.
3. Protests were reported in other
cities and more party activists
were arrested.
Bhutto outlined her plan for
opposition factions to form a
national unityinterimgovernment
that could supplant Musharraf's
administration during a telephone
interview with the AP.

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