Assassinated Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto's party will restart its campaign this week to unseat President Pervez Musharraf's ruling party from parliament following the end of its self-imposed mourning period.
Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party stopped campaigning for a 40-day period after her December 27 assassination. Other opposition parties recently restarted their campaigns after a temporary suspension in observation of the holy month of Muharram, which ended last week.
Security will be tight at upcoming political rallies and it is unclear if Pakistanis will stay away in large numbers, fearing a repeat of the attack that left Bhutto and 28 others dead after a PPP rally in Rawalpindi, near Islamabad. Read full article »
CNN's Thomas Evans and Jennifer Eccleston in Islamabad contributed to this report