India Suspends Rail Service to Pakistan

India suspended its rail service with Pakistan following the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

Officials would not say when rail service would be restored.

The rail service was suspended because officials feared Bhutto supporters upset about her death might cross the border into India.

In February 2007, terrorists firebombed an Indian train heading for Pakistan, killing 68 people.

— News Wire

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