Bhutto, the first female prime minister of a Muslim country, was killed in an attack nearly a decade ago.
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Ten years after former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, the first woman to lead a Muslim nation, was killed in Rawalpindi the unanswered questions about her assassination still fuel conspiracy theories.Here are the leading theories about who killed Bhutto:Bhutto had been a fierce opponent of Islamic extremists in the country.The U.N. theory At the request of the Pakistan Peoples Party government that came to power soon after Bhutto's murder, a three-member U.N. team was dispatched to investigate the killing.In its 70-page report released in 2010, the U.N. held Musharraf's administration responsible for failing to provide Bhutto with the necessary security.However it stopped short of naming suspects in the plot to kill Bhutto, saying that responsibility lay with the Pakistani courts.However, Chilean diplomat Heraldo Munoz, who led the U.N. investigation, said it was ridiculous to imagine Bhutto's widower had been involved in her death.
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