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Interview with Fatima Bhutto on 9/11 impact: Ethics must underpin action

09-14-2011 14:14 BJT Special Report:10th Anniversary of 9/11 Terrorist Attack |

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Fatima Bhutto is a writer and activist whose life story tells the tale of modern Pakistan. As part of the political dynasty that has produced three heads of state, including Prime Minister Benzir Bhutto, she was born in exile and has become one of her country's leading voices. This week she was at the "One Young World" conference in Zurich, One of the largest and most influential gathering of global youth. She spoke to James Chau about Osama bin Laden and her hopes for Pakistan, 10 years after 9/11.

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