Friday, August 10, 2007

Sources: U.S. assessing Pakistan nukes if Musharraf falls

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From Barbara Starr
CNN Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. military intelligence officials are urgently assessing how secure Pakistan's nuclear weapons would be in the event President Gen. Pervez Musharraf were replaced as the nation's leader, CNN has learned.
Analysts wonder how secure Pakistan's nuclear weapons would be if President Pervez Musharraf were replaced.
Key questions in the assessment include who would control Pakistan's nuclear weapons after a shift in power. The United States is pressuring Musharraf, who took control in a 1999 coup, not to declare a state of emergency as he faces growing political opposition...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

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9:53 PM  

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