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Bin Laden Aide Said to Have Met Him in December

A top Osama bin Laden aide arrested last week has given information that is helping investigators close in on the al Qaeda leader and said he met bin Laden in December, Pakistan’s intelligence agency said on Monday. Pakistan’s powerful military Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) said the arrest of Khalid Sheikh Mohammad in the city of Rawalpindi was indicative the hunt for the world’s most wanted man was moving forward. “Progressively we are moving,” a senior intelligence official told foreign journalists in the first press conference by the ISI in the history of Pakistan. But the intelligence officials said they were not sure whether to believe Mohammad, the suspected mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, when he said he had met bin Laden because he had refused to say where the meeting took place. Full Story

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