Ten iconic pictures of Pakistan’s first female PM, Benazir Bhutto

As today marks the 14th death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto, we look back at the life of Pakistan and the Muslim world's first female prime minister with 10 iconic pictures. 1. PM Bhutto meets First Lady Hillary Clinton First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, with her daughter Chelsea, left, walks with Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, holding hands with her son Bilawal and daughter Bakhtawar, March 26, 1995, in the garden of the prime minister's residence in Islamabad. PHOTO: AP 2. Hosting a PTV talkshow Benazir Bhutto hosting PTV’s talkshow ‘Encounter’ as an anchorperson. PHOTO: TWITTER 3. Bhutto makes a victory sign to her supporters PHOTO: TWITTER 4. Receives the Women's Tolerance Award in 2005 Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, right, presents the Women's Tolerance Award to Benazir Bhutto, former prime minister of Pakistan, during the Women's World Award Gala in Leipzig, Germany, November 29, 2005. CREDIT: AP 5. Benazir Bhutto and her lawyer Farooq Naik leave the court building in Karachi after filing a petition challenging the decision of the Sindh High Court In this September 4, 1998, photo, former premier of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto, right, and her lawyer Farooq Naik leave the court building in Karachi after filing a petition challenging the decision of the Sindh High Court. Bhutto said at the time there had been progress in talks on a power-sharing deal with President Pervez Musharraf and that she was ready to meet him face-to-face. PHOTO: AFP 6. Benazir Bhutto with son Bilawal Benazir Bhutto's with her son Bilawal, leaves to take a rest after listening to final election results, October 6, 1993, at Naudero, Pakistan. The PPP had claimed early victory nationwide but lost votes in urban cities of Punjab province. PHOTO: AFP 7. Taking oath as Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto takes oath after being elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan. PHOTO: TWITTER 8. Return to Pakistan in 2007 In 2007, Benazir Bhutto was welcomed by thousands of supporters after she returned to Pakistan from self-imposed exile. PHOTO: AFP 9. Speaks to 80,000 supporters in Rawalpindi Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto speaks to about 80,000 supporters during a campaign rally in Rawalpindi, Pakistan in 1986. PHOTO: REUTERS 10. With her children Benazir Bhutto and her children. PHOTO: CORBIS  

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