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Biden on Bhutto

Washingtonpost.com's Ed O'Keefe sat down in Adel, Iowa, today with Delaware Sen. Joe Biden for the PostTalk video program. O'Keefe writes: "Biden has long warned that Pakistan, a nuclear power and a breeding ground for Al Qaeda terrorists, is one of the most dangerous places on earth. He said that personal conversations with Bhutto kept him abreast of secret diplomatic efforts that helped her return to Pakistan after years of political exile, and that Bhutto remained optimistic about her country's political future up until the night before her assassination Thursday."

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By Washington Post editors  |  December 28, 2007; 7:20 PM ET
 
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