This video from Al Jazeera is called [David] Frost Over The World – [interview with] Benazir Bhutto – 14 Sep 2007.
From British daily The Guardian:
The brutal assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto tonight triggered violent convulsions across the country that cast grave doubts on elections scheduled for January 8 as well as marking a dark finale to a tragedy-strewn life.
Angry scenes were replicated in cities across Pakistan, where enraged supporters rioted in the streets, burned trains and businesses, and attacked policemen. Gunfire rang out on the streets of Karachi, the port city where Bhutto spent much of her life. …
But angry accusations were also flung at fundamentalist sympathisers within Pakistan’s military apparatus, whom Bhutto had earlier charged wanted to see her dead.
The assassination is the climax of an extraordinary series of crises that have rocked Pakistan over the past nine months as President Pervez Musharraf sought to consolidate his grip on power. …
Bhutto’s violent end echoed that of her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, a prime minister who was deposed by a military dictator in 1977 and hanged two years later. Her two brothers were killed in murky circumstances in the following decades. …
There were chaotic scenes of anger and grief at the Rawalpindi hospital where an unconscious Bhutto received emergency treatment.
Thousands of supporters crushed through glass doors; some tried to break into the operating room. Outside some men wept and crumpled to the ground, others yelled “Musharraf is a murderer” or “Long Live Bhutto”.
Arianna Huffington on Ms Bhutto: here.
Tariq Ali on her murder: here.
Alan Woods: here.
Juan Cole: here.
Update 29 December 2007: here.
Update 8 January 2008: here.
Bhutto assassination heightens threat of US intervention in Pakistan: here.
Pakistanis demonstrate in London: here.
‘SCOTLAND YARD WILL FIND NOTHING’ – say demonstrators demanding UN inquiry into Bhutto murder: here.
Former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto was assassinated on the orders of the special death squad formed by former US vice-president Dick Cheney, which had already killed the Lebanese Prime Minister Rafique Al Hariri and the army chief of that country: here.