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Pakistani Girl's Death Sparked Late-'80s Ethnic War

Sunday, July 19, 2015

When Bushra Zaidi was killed by a bus on her way to college, the city of Karachi erupted, says Rafia Zakaria in this excerpt from "The Upstairs Wife." Justice for her death didn't come until two years later, in 1988, during the national elections.

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