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New Possible Sign of Bin Laden — Pakistan Source

Pakistan has arrested 10 men in the northwest city of Peshawar for suspected al Qaeda links and an intelligence source said on Monday one was believed to have had contact with Osama bin Laden. The source said the man, identified only as Masood and reported to be either an Afghan or an Egyptian, had received a telephone call that was traced by a team monitoring satellite and mobile phone conversations of suspected terrorists. Monitored calls had included conversations with senior members of bin Laden’s al Qaeda network, said the source, speaking on condition of anonymity. “We think he was in contact with Osama bin Laden,” said the source, but added that it was unclear if a conversation with the al Qaeda leader had been among those monitored. Masood was arrested as part of a swoop on Saturday that also netted an Iraqi Kurd and an Iranian in an upmarket neighborhood of Peshawar, which is near the border with Afghanistan. Full Story

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