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TONY JONES: The former Pakistan prime minister, Benazir Bhutto, has arrived back in Karachi after
eight years in self-imposed exile.

Hundreds of thousands of cheering supporters turned out to greet Mrs Bhutto, lining the streets as
she was driven from the airport to the city. Twenty-thousand soldiers and police were on hand in
case Islamist groups carried out their threats trying to assassinate both Mrs Bhutto and President
Pervez Musharraf.

Despite vowing to return to end the military dictatorship, she's now expected to hold power-sharing
talks with General Musharraf, which could see her become prime minister for a third time.