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John Moore ‧ USA, Getty Images

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Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated after addressing thousands of supporters at a rally in the city of Rawalpindi, on December 27. She had been campaigning ahead of general elections scheduled for January. As Bhutto's convoy was leaving the rally, an attacker opened fire on her car. Shortly after that a bomb exploded. No autopsy was carried out on the former prime minister, and it was unclear as to whether she had died from bullet wounds, from the explosion, or by hitting her head on the sunroof as she ducked back into her car.


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12月27日,巴基斯坦前總理碧娜芝.布托在首都近郊的Rawalpindi市對數千名支持者發表演說後遇刺身亡。布托夫人當時擔任巴基斯坦反對黨「巴基斯坦人民黨」領袖,正在為2008年初的國會大選進行一連串的選舉活動。當隨扈護送她離開這場造勢集會之時,有人向她的座車開火,並隨即引爆炸彈攻擊。官方事後沒有進行遺體解剖,也無法證實她的死因到底是槍傷、爆炸、或是因為躲避攻擊時頭部撞擊座車天窗致死。

Roberto Schmidt‧ Colombia/Germany, Agence France-Presse

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Unrest swept through Kenya after people disputed current leader Mwai Kibaki's narrow victory in presidential elections. The European Union observer mission backed opposition claims that some vote figures had been inflated. There were accusations of suspicious delays in announcing results, and of tampering with the electoral register.


Roberto Schmidt ‧ 哥倫比亞/德國 法新社

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現任肯亞總統吉巴吉在總統大選中以些微差距擊敗對手,連任成功。肯亞人民對選舉結果提出質疑,全國各地也發生暴動。歐盟派出的觀選團認同反對黨的主張,認為有些選舉數據誇大不實。此外,也有人懷疑當局延宕公佈選舉結果並竄改選民登記冊。