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Topic - Pervez Musharraf
A special Pakistani court on Monday indicted former military ruler Pervez Musharraf on five counts of high treason, a charge that potentially carries the death penalty and delivers a sharp blow to the country's powerful military.
A Pakistani court hearing the case against former military ruler Pervez Musharraf on charges of high treason rejected Friday a request that he be allowed to go abroad for treatment, his lawyer and a court official said.
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf wants to leave the country to undergo medical treatment for a heart condition abroad, defense lawyers in his high treason trial said Friday.
Former Pakistani president and army chief Pervez Musharraf failed to appear in court Wednesday for the second hearing in his high-profile treason case after authorities said they found an explosive device near his home.
A bomb scare delayed the first hearing in a high treason case against former Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday, police and legal officials said.
Pakistan announced Sunday that it will try former President Pervez Musharraf for treason, which is punishable by death or life imprisonment, for declaring a state of emergency and suspending the constitution while in power in 2007.
A Pakistani court on Tuesday indicted Pervez Musharraf, a former president and army chief, on murder charges in connection with the 2007 assassination of iconic Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, deepening the fa
Pakistan's newest prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, said former dictator Pervez Musharraf should face treason charges in court for violating the country's constitution twice.
Former Pakistani military leader Pervez Musharraf won bail for one of his cases — a court trial to determine his fate from a 2007 decision to fire senior judges.
The prosecutor leading the murder case against Pakistan's ex-dictator, Pervez Musharraf, was killed in a hail of gunfire Friday as he drove to court.
Pakistan's caretaker government has dropped its pursuit of treason against former President Pervez Musharraf.
Police arrested former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on Friday, a day after a judge revoked his bail and he fled back to his gated compound in a dramatic SUV escape.
Pakistan's former leader Pervez Musharraf and members of his security force made a speedy retreat from court Thursday, pushing past police and rushing to his car, after a judge revoked his bail and issued a call for his arrest.
For the first time, a top Pakistani government official has publicly admitted that the United States was sanctioned to carry out drone strikes to root out suspected terrorists.
Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf was forced to dodge a flying shoe as he headed into court on Friday.
Musharraf said Monday that he did not subvert the constitution and that his actions had been taken on the advice of the prime minister and the cabinet.
"I am being called a traitor," he said. "I put the country on the path of progress after 1999 when the country was being called a failed and a defaulted state."