First broadcast October 2007
The former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto returned to her homeland this month after almost a decade in self-imposed exile.
She was able to return because of a deal with President Musharraf dropping corruption cases against her.
However, Ms Bhutto's legal difficulties may not be over yet.
In 'Benazir Bhutto - The Investigation' Owen Bennett-Jones looks at the allegations against her.
Ms Bhutto has always said they are groundless and politically motivated.
Could she still face corruption charges?
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