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Bin Laden Still Alive, Says Pakistan's Musharraf

Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is still alive and is probably holed up somewhere on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf told Reuters in an interview on Friday. Musharraf, in Malaysia for an Islamic summit, said he didn’t know exactly where one of the world’s two most wanted men was hiding out. “But I’m sure he’s alive. I can’t say whether he’s on our side of the border or the Afghan side,” Musharraf said. “This whole area affords the possibility of hiding small groups because it’s a mountainous, treacherous area, an inaccessible area on both sides of the border.” Musharraf said Pakistan’s intelligence service was working with the Central Intelligence Agency to monitor comings and goings in the border area and recently acquired technology had made him “reasonably sure” the Saudi-born militant was alive. “Maybe he’s continuously moving, so I can’t say where he is,” Musharraf said. Full Story

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