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First to lead a Muslim state. As the 11th prime minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto became the first woman to head a Muslim state in 1988. She ended military dictatorship in the country, and was noted for her battle for women's rights. She was assassinated in a suicide attack in 2007.

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Benazir Bhutto 1953 - 2007 Benazir Bhutto was the first female prime minister of a Muslim country. She helped to move Pakistan from a dictatorship to democracy, becoming Prime Minister in 1988. She sought to implement social reforms, in particular helping women and the poor. She was assassinated in 2007.

Benazir Bhutto (Pakistani politician) - Strong woman who fought for people's rights which was difficult since she was living in a very conservative, men-dominant country.

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Benazir Bhutto with her son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on the cover of Paris Match

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Benazir Bhutto served as a Pakistani prime minister for two non consecutive terms and was assassinated in 2007

former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto. Assassinated in 2007.

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Benazir Bhutto: the first woman in Pakistan to head a major political party. In 1988, she became the first woman elected to lead a Muslim stateand was also Pakistan's first (and thus far, only) female prime minister. Noted for her charismatic authority and political astuteness, Benazir drove initiatives for Pakistan's economy and national security, and she implemented social capitalist policies for industrial development and growth. Her assassination sent Pakistan into crisis

Benazir Bhutto (born 1953, assassinated 2007) as an Oxford University student in 1973. She served as the 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan in two non-consecutive terms.