And what is this significant secret?
WASHINGTON: Former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, on a state visit to North Korea in 1993, smuggled in critical data on uranium enrichment - a route to making a nuclear weapon - to help facilitate a missile deal with Pyongyang, according to a new book by a journalist who knew the slain politician well.
The assertion, reported in The Washington Post, is based on conversations author Shyam Bhatia had with Bhutto in 2003, in which she said she would tell him a secret "so significant that I had to promise never to reveal it, at least not during her lifetime", Bhatia writes in Goodbye, Shahzadi.
A spokesman for the Pakistani embassy in
Bhatia said he first met Bhutto at