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US Authorities Fly Suspected Bin Laden Aide From Pakistan

A suspected longtime aide to Osama bin Laden has been handed over to US authorities and flown out of Pakistan. Adil Al-Jazeeri was blindfolded with his hands tied behind his back while he was taken to an American plane in Peshawar late on Sunday night, a Pakistani intelligence official said yesterday on condition of anonymity. The official said he believed the al-Qaeda suspect was flown to Bagram, an American forces base in neighbouring Afghanistan. Pakistani officials believe Al-Jazeeri, arrested in Pakistan last month, is a ranking member of bin Laden’s al-Qaeda terror network. “He was interrogated here. He is among the important people of al-Qaeda. Useful information can be obtained from him during further investigation,” the official said. Full Story

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