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Pakistani Ruler Says Bin Laden May Be Alive

Pakistan’s president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, said Thursday there were indications Osama bin Laden was alive and might be hiding in tribal territory on the Pakistani-Afghan border. The latest speculation on the al Qaeda leader’s fate came as Pakistani investigators were interrogating six members of an al Qaeda cell and expected to glean information that would lead to the arrest of more members of the militant group. Musharraf told the London-based Pakistani satellite channel ARY that it was possible bin Laden could be with a small group of body guards, hiding on the Pakistani or Afghan side of the rugged border. “Some indications are there that he is not dead but where is he? Nothing can be said about that,” Musharraf said in an interview with the television channel. A copy of the interview, to be broadcast in part Thursday, was obtained by Reuters. Full Story

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