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Search for Osama bin Laden Intensifies, Helped by Clues Found After Aide's Capture

American investigators have intensified their search for Osama bin Laden, focusing on a large volume of documents obtained in Pakistan during last weekend’s arrest of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, Mr. bin Laden’s operational commander, a senior government official said today. Among the materials found in the house where Mr. Mohammed was arrested in Rawalpindi were computers, computer disks, cellphones, address and date books, notebooks, calendars and other documents, said the official who had reviewed an inventory of the material. Much of the evidence has been sent to Washington where it is being examined by experts, including some who are specifically reviewing the evidence for clues to Mr. bin Laden’s whereabouts, the official said. Full Story

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